The Daily Prophet

I DO NOT OWN THIS STORY!! this is about all of the daily prophet paper clippings in the books I have just copied them out because if you are like me you will just love to go through and read all of the papers thanksXX

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2. The Order Of the Phoenix part two!

Fred and George's notice:

GALLONS OF GALLEONS!!

Pocket money falling to keep pace with your out goings? Like to earn a little extra gold? Contact Fred and George Weasley, Gryffindor common room, for simple. part-time, virtually painless jobs. (We regret that all work is undertaken at applicant's own risk.)

peeve's chant:

Oh, most think he's barking, the potty wee lad, But some are more kindly and think he's just sad, But Peevesy knows better and says that he's mad-.

Dear Snuffles,

Hope your okay, the first week back here's been terrible, I'm really glad it's the weekend. We've got a new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher, Professor Umbridge. She's nearly as nice as your mum. I'm writing because that thing I wrote to you about last summer happened again last night when I was doing a detention with Umbridge. We're all missing our biggest friend, we hope he'll be back soon.

Please write back quickly.

Best,

Harry

Trespass at Ministry

TRESPASS AT MINISTRY

Sturgis Podmore,38, of number two, Laburnum Gardens, Clapham, has appeared in front of the Wizengamot charged with trespass and attempted robbery at the Ministry of Magic on 31st of August. Podmore was arrested by Ministry of Magic watch wizard Eric Munch, who found him attempting to force his way through a top-security door at one o'clock in the morning. Podmore, who refused to speak in his own defence, was convicted on both charges and sentenced to six months in Azkaban.

Percy's letter of judgement.

Dear Ron,

I have only just heard (from none other than the Minister of Magic himself, who has it from your new teacher Professor Umbridge) that you have become a Hogwarts prefect.

I was most pleasantly surprised when I heard this news and must firstly offer my congratulations. I must admit that I have always been afraid that you would take what we might call the ' Fred and George' route, rather than following in my footsteps, so you can imagine my feelings on hearing that you have stopped flouting authority and have decided to shoulder some real responsibility. But I want to give you more than congratulations, Ron, I want to give you some advice, which is why I am sending this at night to read this away from prying eyes and avoid awkward questions. From something the Minister let slip when telling me you are now a prefect, I gather you are still seeing a lot of Harry Potter. I must tell you, Ron, that nothing could put you in danger of loosing that badge more than continued fraternisation with that boy. Yes, i'm sure you are surprised to hear this- no doubt you will say that Potter has always been Dumbledore's favourite- but I feel bound to tell you that Dumbledore may not be in charge at Hogwarts much longer and the people who count have a very different- and probably more accurate- view of Potter's behaviour. I shall say no more here, but if you look at the Daily Prophet tomorrow you will get a good idea of the way the wind is blowing- and see if you can spot yours truly! Seriously, Ron, you do not want to be tarred with the same brush as potter, it could be very damaging to your future prospects, and I am talking here about life after school, too. As you must be aware, given that our father escorted him to court, Potter had a disciplinary hearing this summer in front of the whole Wizengamot and he did not come out of it looking to good. He got off on a mere technicality, if you ask me, and many of the people I've spoken to remain convinced of his guilt. It may be that you are afraid to sever ties with Potter-I know that he can be unbalanced and, for all I know, violent- but if you have any worries about this, or have spotted anything else in Potter's behaviour that is troubling you, I urge you to speak to Dolores Umbridge, a truly delightful women who I knew will be only too happy to advise you. This leads me to my other bit of advice. As I have hinted above Dumbledore's regime at Hogwarts may soon be over. Your loyalty, Ron, should be not to him, but to the school and the Ministry. I am very sorry to hear that, so far, Professor Umbridge is encountering very little co-operation from staff as she strives to make those necessary changes within Hogwarts that the Ministry so ardently desires (although she should find this easier from next week- again, see the Daily Prophet tomorrow!). I shall say only this- a student who shows himself willing to help Professor Umbridge now may be very well-placed for Head Boyship in a couple of years! I am sorry that I was unable to see more of you over the summer. it pains me to criticise our parents, but I am afraid I can no longer live under their roof while they remain mixed up with the dangerous crowd around Dumbledore. (if you are writing to Mother at any point, you might tell her that a certain Sturgis Podmore, who is a great friend of Dumbledore's, has recently been sent to Azkaban for trespass at the Ministry. Perhaps that will open their eyes to the kind of petty criminals with whom they are currently rubbing shoulders.) I count myself very lucky to have escaped the stigma of association with such people- the Minister really could no be more gracious to me- and I do hope, Ron, that you will not allow family ties to blind you to the misguided nature of our parents' beliefs and actions , either. I sincerely hope that, in time, they will realise how mistaken they were and I shall, of course, be ready to accept a full apology when that day comes. Please think over what I have said most carefully, particularly the bit about Harry Potter. and congratulations again on becoming prefect.

Your brother,

Percy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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