Levison Inquiry......

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  1. tuffy52
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    James Murdoch giving evidence today at The Levison Inquiry....

    Answers so far are

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    I don't recall,,,,,

    Terminal memory loss,this guy is going down eventually (I hope).....
     
  2. PrinceAlbert
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    Maybe he doesn't remember?
     
  3. Boumer
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    I genuinely don't know, but does he have to say anything?

    I mean he might be the cack even more if he just wrote a statement and then said nothing, is he under compulsion to say anything?
     
  4. Under oath, but not under caution when 'It may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned..."-So any 'porkies' told to Leveson would become perjury- Which would certainly get him cautioned!
    Probably best to contract Saunders' Disease (Reversible Alzheimer's) for the duration.
     
  5. Pyianno
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    Him, Jack Straw, Tony Blair and Margaret Beckett must have all been drinking from the same watering hole lately.
     
  6. sunnoficarus
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    Watching Harperson and Prescott blabbing on about integrity and how ministers should resign this morning was comedy gold.

    Mr Pot? Meet Mr and Mrs Kettle!
     
  7. PBUH
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    90% of Politicians are hypcrites. Watching Jeremy Hunt is much more fun though. And Cameron is far too close to the action to escape being smared with teh shitty stick.

    I said at the time that when Vince Cable mouthed off and got shunted Cameron was playing a dangerous game and it would seem as if he was putting his own man in to make sure the deal went through. Hunt should be in control of his advisor. If any of this is true then he has to go. But he wont be the last
     
  8. nogbad
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    To quote Bart Simpson - "I didn't do it, nobody saw me and you can't prove it".
     
  9. skid2
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    Ah they can, they have the emails. His Dad should be fun.
     
  10. PBUH
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    Hunt's advisor has resigned. Hunt to speak to Commons at 12:30

    Suspect advisor going is not enough. Hunt ahould know what he is up to
     
  11. Bravo2nothing
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    I'm expecting that Murdoch Sr will put the boot in today. Dave should be worrying as it's my opinion that the Murdoch's will not role over and take a kicking for him. Prime Minister's come and go, Newscorp is far too valuable to worry about an ambitious Tory.
     
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  13. Blogg
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  15. Biscuits_Brown
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    It is, or can be, a remarkably effective defence.

    I have to say though that all in all I really couldn't give a flying feck if anyone goes down over this or they all get a packet of sweeties and told to forget about it.

    It's the media doing what the media do and very largely what their paying public pay for... Getting the scandal first, by any means necessary. If during a wee hack they'd uncovered an "Al Q" cell they'd be queuing up for medals and glowing biographies. Dead schoolgirls & business rivals? Not so much.

    Meh.
     

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