Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Readers will be shocked to know ...

... that I agree with Ian Hislop. He told the Leveson Inquiry (yes, it is still going on and no, I don't know whether the Grauniad has explained where it got dubious information from) that there is no need for further regulation of the media because
Practices such as phone hacking, paying police officers and being in contempt of court contravene existing laws, Mr Hislop told the Leveson Inquiry.
He said the inquiry should examine why the laws were not rigorously enforced.
Meanwhile, News International chief executive Tom Mockridge told the inquiry its editors had been instructed not to use private investigators.
Well! You could have knocked me down with quill.

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