Watson Denies Leaking Letter

Once again the Guardian mysteriously got the latest twist the phone-hacking scandal first. Their rivals and members of the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee are furious. Asked about the leak  live on Sky, Tom Watson was forced to deny having any idea about how it got out. Given that he ended up blurting out praise about the channel,  politely describing it as an august organisation, you might be wondering where the real Tom Watson has gone. Perhaps he could explain how, if he had “no idea” about it, did Watson manage to be quoted in the article that the Guardian put together from the leak?




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