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on the internet, while I'm at work. Thrills and drama over a five-day match.

Today it's the Levenson inquiry.

Today they start the fourth innings, focusing on the relations between politicians and the press.
Robert Jay, counsel to the inquiry, is a hard hitter, and he's got some runs on the board with his opening remarks.

Now we've got the editor of the Independent on Sunday, John Mullin, who has been hauled in by Levenson for contempt, or something similar : he published this article about Coulson owning Newscorp shares while he worked for Cameron, which is alleged to come from Coulson's leaked witness statement to the inquiry.

But Mullin is skilled with spin, and it looks like he's in the clear...

It is rightly acknowledged that people of faith have no monopoly of virtue - Queen Elizabeth II

by eurogreen on Thu May 10th, 2012 at 08:08:22 AM EST

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