The Telegraph asked us a question yesterday:
"Do you want to know a secret? It is a question that expects the answer Yes. But for once we’d rather not, because on Monday evening thousands of people witnessed a technical dress rehearsal of the Olympic opening ceremony, and were asked not to blab the secret... To have done so would have been like telling everyone whodunnit in The Mousetrap...Spoilers are rightly named, for they do spoil... So let the ceremony be a surprise.
So you definitely won't find The Telegraph trying to run any spoilers about the Opening Ceremony. Certainly not in a separate article which includes this boast:
...an exhaustive investigation by The Sunday Telegraph has managed to piece together many of the elements of the three-hour spectacular, providing a fascinating preview of what Mr Boyle has pledged will “make a few jaws drop”...
Or in a second article which attempts to tell us:
It is also understood to feature...
...we'll stop you there thank you.
(Hat tip: Marc Settle)