hack

(redirected from hacked off)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
See: split
References in periodicals archive ?
Another celebrity Hacked Off campaigner, comedian Steve Coogan, is backing West Bromwich West candidate and Labour deputy leader Tom Watson.
The Hacked Off campaign group wants complete implementation of Leveson's recommendation, including a statutory basis for any regulatory body.
Martin Moore of Hacked Off said: "I have heard that regulation is not a Conservative cause.
The vet was of the opinion that the ears had been hacked off.
Hacked Off associate director Evan Harris said the comments cast doubt on Mr Murdoch's testimony to the committee two years ago and he "may have committed contempt of Parliament".
The British actor will donate the money he receives from News Group Newspapers to the Hacked Off campaign for a free and accountable media, his solicitor, Mark Thomson, said.
Following a meeting with the Culture Secretary and Cabinet Office minister Oliver Letwin yesterday morning, campaign group Hacked Off said that they understood she was planning two pieces of legislation to underpin a new "verifying body" established under Royal Charter to monitor the operation of a new press watchdog.
London, June 24 ( ANI ): Afghan woman Aesha Mohammadzai, who had her face mutilated by her abusive husband, has finally begun reconstructive surgery to replace her hacked off nose.
The Hacked Off event will feature Tom Watson, the Labour MP leading the criticism of Rupert Murdoch and News International.
Watching Colin's stomach being hacked off was enough to put anyone off the cookie tin.
Kenny Miller forced a good save from Darren Ward before Steve Howard had an effort hacked off the line.
A WOMAN was allegedly attacked and had her hair hacked off by this suspect.