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I’d love to write a few more posts about the whole thing today, but I’ve got a lot of work on at the moment and so can’t quite give the … Continue reading
I’ve spent most of the weekend out for a friend’s birthday or recovering and so the catch up with media is taking a little longer than usual. Blogs that have … Continue reading
“Articles in the Guardian of Tuesday 12 July incorrectly reported that the Sun newspaper had obtained information on the medical condition of Gordon Brown’s son from his medical records. In … Continue reading
The second reason why I think Rebekah Brooks will stay The first reason why I think Rebekah Brooks will stay Rupert Murdoch is somewhat used to abuse If anyone was … Continue reading
If you missed my first reason why I think Rebekah Brooks will stay, click here. The readership of the News of the World. In a free market economy, the market … Continue reading
About a month ago Chris Huhne was the most villainous man in politics: shifting driving license points to his ex. The blogosphere went crazy, Twitter called for his resignation and he’s still … Continue reading