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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

News of the world

ceases publication after this week,this will be interesting.:mad:

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

everything is true

I have always had a very dim view of Mr Plod from a long time ago. I respect the law but not the law enforcers.

Politicians have alway been like that . I have been listening to everything on radio 5 today, makes frightening listening.

I shall cacoon myself even tfurther into my own little world

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Pads1982

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Pads1982 says:

Lets hope

That the inquiry is a lot more in depth than the sham of an iraq whitewash.  The less we see john prescott on the telly the better

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stirfry

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stirfry says:

did anyone see

the select committee questioning former assistant commissioner Hayman. This is a man who knew there was an investigation into the news of the world and yet he thought there was nothing wrong in accepting an invite to dine with the hierarchy from the paper he was investigating. Guess who he now works for MURDOCH.

The whole select committee is being chaired by Keith Vaz an MP who claimed £75000 for a flat in London despite having another home only 12 miles from parliment. I'm not sure who is worse.

 

 

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

Unfortunately

They might get the high up wankers like Murdoch in check but, just like the NOTW employees, he'll sacrifice as many pawns as he needs in order to survive.


The best we can hope for is that he has to sacrifice someone valuable who has really been in the deep end of this shit to save himself this time.

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

I carnt

wait untill America starts.Oh what joy.

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davemdixon

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davemdixon says:

Our esteemed leader

is in South Africa keeping his head down! Tomoz could be interesting though :unsure:

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

surely....

that 'top cop' who was on a quarter of a million pounds a year,must have thought to himself' I wonder if this 'freebie' at Champney's will ever bite me on the arse?...probably did then thought f*** it we're untouchables,lets get into that 'masonic' trough right up to the bollocks...A shower of greedy bastards the lot of them....Oh well, golden hand-shakes and fat pensions all round.:smile

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

The sun news paper

  web site has been hacked,apparently Mr Murdock has killed him self.If only.Hummm where will this end.????:lol::lol:

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stirfry

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stirfry says:

James Murdoch

paid out £700,000 to Gordon Taylor and didn't know the full story. Brooks wasn't aware of the origins of the vast majority of her major stories and Rupert was the proverbial mushroom.

As has been said before they are either guilty or very stupid and I dont know many stupid people on their salaries.

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stirfry

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stirfry says:

We expect the media

to be corrupt. Brooks even admitted in the last hearing bribing police. However the revelations involving police are astounding. Stephenson thought nothing of accepting a gratuity valued at over £12,000. This is the top cop in the country.

Even worse than police are the politicians of all sides. Milliband is a smug tosser. He is claiming that he has taken a lead when it was the public revulsion along with the guardian who really campaigned on this.

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