Someone seems to be taking extra precautions while listening to Brian Cathcart speaking at a meeting of Hacked Off supporters, currently taking place in Committee Room 14 of the House of Commons. Despite denying they are a bunch of conspiracy theorists, supporters do sometimes come over as such:
Does tinfoil actually protect your brain from Murdoch’s Sky TV satellite signals?
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) April 12, 2016
The Guardian’s Roy Greenslade, a man unlikely to be part of a right-wing media plot to protect a Tory Cabinet minister, dismisses as “conspiracy theory” Hacked Off’s wild claims that the press covered up the Whittingdale story. The pro-Leveson brigade scream intrusion when tabloids reveal married MPs’ affairs, then cry conspiracy when they decide not to write about a single man and his lover. Whitto will be embarrassed by the revelations but he was a single man in a consensual relationship who has done nothing wrong. Brian Cathcart and Hacked Off have hilariously jumped the shark live on TV…