February 20th, 2014

Quote of the Day

Madam Popbitch muses:

“Senior Met Police figures like Yates and Hayman were keeping News of the World editor Colin Myler in the loop on police action. Gordon Brown was keeping Rebekah Brooks in the loop about the Media Select Committee action. Tony Blair was advising Brooks. All of which puts two thoughts in our heads.

1. Wonder what gave News of the World any impression they might be a bit above the law?

2. Good job that the 5million pound public inquiry set up to look at all this just focused on the role of the media, rather than politicians and press, eh?”


5 Comments

  1. 1
    Despatch Box says:

    sort of House of Cliques

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  2. 2
    broderick crawford says:

    GWENDOLINE SAYS

    me hate Lebekah coz Tony luv her better than he luv me !!!

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  3. 2
    Politicians bribe you with borrowed money says:

    Applause!

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  4. 4
    Slave Labour! says:

    Well said!

    Like

  5. 5
    Derron Brown cleaning the prison bogs. says:

    When is Piers Morgan going to prison?

    I want to use my feather duster to get rid of the the cobwebs in the bogs!

    Like


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