A Victorty Fo The Freedom Of The Press

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anotheoldgit | 12:34 Sat 18th Apr 2015 | News
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/// The collapse of yesterday's Old Bailey trial will raise question marks about the judgment of the Labour darling who took a central role in the disastrous and misguided prosecutions of journalists. ///

/// Already a KCB and a QC, in a few weeks' time Sir Keir Starmer is likely to add MP to his lengthy list of titles and be returned for the safe Labour seat of Holborn and St Pancras in north London. ///

/// It will feel like a natural step for the son of 'Guardian-reading' parents who named him after the founder of the Labour Party, Keir Hardie. ///

What about that then mikey?


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Does this ruling mean that it's OK to bribe a police officer, or a worker in a royal palace, but to take such a bung is still a crime?
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It should be an offence to waste public money.
It's against the law for a civil servant to show political bias.
Starmer should be in the dock.
that seems to be it, sandyRoe. It seems a little illogical. the press can get back to doing what it does best - hacking the phones of murdered schoolchildren and c-list celebrities, dressing up press releases (churnalism) and presenting them as news stories and printing endless pictures of Kim Kardashian's bum.

We get the newspapers we deserve.
When The Daily Mirror journos were recently on trial, there wasn't a peep out of you lot despite them indulging in more hacking than all the NI titles put together.
Every time The Guardian broke the law, it was adjudged in the public interest by the DPP, one Keir Starmer.
Most left wingers, whether they know it or not, have completely lost their moral compass. If, indeed, they ever had one.
Daily Hate spellcheck appears to be defunct.
Tough being a media baron.
Sandy and jno......I too, am a bit confused by this ruling. If its a crime to bribe someone in Public Office, how can it not also be a crime to offer the bribe ?

I am with SP all the way here.

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