June 25th, 2012

Leveson Denies Hidden Agenda


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  1. 1
    Ah! Monika says:

    Leveson tells inquiry: “I will not be deterred”

    Lord Justice Leveson complained to Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood about Michael Gove’s comments

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Pompous little slaphead.

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  3. 3
    Well it's a thought says:

    What’s up has the tv got new distractions to fill the tv cesspit of time and Leveson is worried he may get the troughs time’s up signal.

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  4. 5
    Carr Crash says:

    We’re all capitalists on here but surely even we have to admit there’s something wrong with the system when a talentless and unfunny twat like Jimmy Carr can make £3.3 million. Then again, I’ve never understood why anyone finds Billy Connolly funny. Yelling non-stop is not my idea of comedy.

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    • 19
      tottenhgam chutzpah says:

      perhaps the loggorheic torrent hides something?

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    • 21
      tottenham chutzpah says:

      or is it Bob Munchausen’s Disorder?

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    • 23
      not now cato says:

      Whether or not people find Carr funny is nothing to do with the (capitalist) system, it is more a function of education and the moral decline of society.

      At least Carr is a net contributor to the tax system, rather than a claimant.

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      • 25
        tottenham chutzpah says:

        when I was young I told people that I wanted to be a comedian – they just laughed at me!

        they’re not laughing now!

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  5. 6
    Lord Scalded Bollock says:

    “I will not be deterred” my foot.

    I am in deterred !

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  6. 8
    Maximus says:

    He should call Boris.

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  7. 9
    JH says:

    Oh for fucks sake, what a mess. Close it down. Now.

    That’s the problem when an inquiry into media standards gets co-opted by little arsehole blabbermouths like Twatson and turned into a lets-attack-whatever-we-don’t-like-while-being-deafeningly-silent-on-things-we-do fest.

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  8. 10
    Charlie Brown says:

    Does he always talk that slowly? His jokes must be ummmm interesting…

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  9. 11
    Tax is theft says:

    He may not have reached a conclusion so far (no, really) but by not having the BBC in the dock and being able to give them the same kind of ‘rigorous’ questioning that seems to be reserved for NI or anybody right of centre, the die is already loaded

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  10. 12
    Gordon Brown says:

    I love crayons.

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  11. 14
    annette curton says:

    What nonsense, plain for all to see that Leveson isn’t persuing a hidden agenda, it’s just puzzling, mysterious, obscure and enigmatic.

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  12. 15
    Spartacus says:

    Didn’t he give the verdict out on the first day?

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  13. 16
    A Thirkell says:

    Declaration of interest: I think Jimmy Carr and Billy Connolly are funny.

    Here’s a translation of this that a moron (but apparently not Brian could understand):
    1. MoS ran a story portraying me in a negative light.
    2. The press should be free.
    3. Blum, bler, blow, blaff.

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  14. 26
    post hoc says:

    This morning, Leveson said he would not be deterred from seeking terms of reference, terms he should have had at the start of the enquiry.

    So what the hell has he been doing all this time, courtesy of the taxpayer?

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