July 9th, 2012

Lord Black at Leveson
Guido Giving Evidence Again

Last month Leveson ordered Guido to submit a third witness statement to his Inquiry, this time asking for Guido’s thoughts on Lord Black’s proposals for a future press regulatory system. Lord Black is currently telling Mr Jay about those suggestions for keeping the press under control.

You can read Guido’s written evidence here… 


8 Comments

  1. 1
    leveson j says:

    who the black is lord fuck?

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  2. 2
    Liarpoliticians says:

    Oi Leveson, how about my thoughts? Or does it only count if you’re a luvvy or a political media whore?

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  3. 3
    Brown Out and pay me damages says:

    Another Hoon

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  4. 4
    Brown Out and pay me damages. says:

    The BBC can fuck off and do one. I am not paying for that Soviet regime.

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  5. 5
    Your Friendly Neighbourhood First Amendment Research Service says:

    As long as Guido, in his evidence to the Leveson Inquiry, cites the US Constitutional right of freedom of the press under the First Amendment, we thought it would be informative to provide a general outline of what is and is not protected under US law with respect to reporting and blogging. The First Amendment Center is an educational organisation which provides such an outline on its website:

    http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/faq/frequently-asked-questions-press

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  6. 6
    BrownOut, The BBC can jog on and do one. Pay me damages. says:

    Guido. Stick it to them. This is bullying tactics, trying to stifle free speech.

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  7. 7
    Sue Brown says:

    Stifling free speech. How socialist. Told what to read, what to think, what to say and write. Soviet or what? No thank you.

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  8. 8
    Expat Geordie says:

    Nice one Guido. Will anyone listen?

    Of course, sticking this in the main blog would have helped.

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