Article here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/othersports/article-3337824/Paula-Radcliffe-explains-innocence-blood-doping-allegations-says-testing-fault-unusual-results.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
It has information I haven't seen published elsewhere but is some of the same basic info that Paula told me in Beijing. First it shows that 2 of her 3 higher off scores were taken right after races (the World Half Champs) and the Worlds 10,000m in 2005. Also, Paula does not say altitude was responsible for those high off scores, most likely the fact they were done soon after races. She said fault equipment may explain one really low score.
She said altitude was most likely responsible for the 3rd high off score in 2012.
The thing I had never seen before was it goes into more detail of some of Paula's other off scores. She had an off score of 82 two days before the World half and 115 immediately after the race. At the Worlds in 2015, she had an off score of 92 the day before the 10,000m and then was tested immediately after the 10,000 and had one of 109 (poor race where she was 9th). When she won the marathon 8 days later she had an off score of 102. Her contention is I believe that the higher scores are from the tests being conducted after races.
The more detail the better as far as I'm concerned. I haven't been able to read the full-IAAF report, but I don't think it has this detail and the IAAF doesn't have a lot of credibility so hopefully more details come out and WADA can say independent people have looked at this.
Update: The Sundya Mail has 2 more stories on Paula. The 2nd one says what I kind of said above and said Paula won't be fully cleared until WADA clears her. Just as importantly it has Paula saying she'd put up Â£1m for an MRI lie detector test to prove she didn't cheat.
The other article talks about how tough this whole thing has been on her and her family and why they didn't reveal more earlier. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-3337768/Paula-Radcliffe-exclusively-tells-Sportsmail-don-t-want-taint-drugs-thing-people-remember-die.html
Quote of the day material for sure in the last one.