On 6 Jul 2011 at 5:28pm Vesbod wrote:
This phone hacking business is getting quite juicy. I bet Rebekah Brooks gets the elbow (eventually)....
On 6 Jul 2011 at 7:11pm Disgusted wrote:
If you class hacking into murder victims phone calls and deleting them as "juicy", that makes you as disgusting as the rag that commisioned it.
Now please crawl off and die somewhere vesbod.
On 7 Jul 2011 at 8:52am Vesbod wrote:
Wrong end of the stick I'm afraid Disgusted, I'm hoping that Murdoch and his cronies get what's coming to them !
On 7 Jul 2011 at 10:46am History Repeating wrote:
Here's a video from 2003 of Brooks admitting to paying police before Coulson silences her
Watch the video »
On 7 Jul 2011 at 12:16pm Mr Forks wrote:
Ah, Coulson, Camerons mate, just shows the kind of person the tories like to deal with!
On 7 Jul 2011 at 1:11pm Clifford wrote:
I can hear the clock ticking very loudly for Cameron, close friend of Brooks.
On 7 Jul 2011 at 3:54pm giveitarest wrote:
Nick Davies lives in Lewes, doesn't he?
Well played, that man. Definite hero of our time.
On 7 Jul 2011 at 4:49pm MC wrote:
I think the Tories are probably quaking in their boots right now. They are acutely aware that Murdoch is powerful enough to topple their government (or prop them up) and want him on their site, hence their roll-over attitude to letting him control such a large amount of the UK press and take over BSkyB.
The pressure on them to stop him controlling BSkyB is now immense.
What a great situation. :-)
And what happened to the first police inquiry into the phone hacking? Deeply suspicious and very hard to think the rozzers were not leant on by the Government to curtail the investigation.
The whole think stinks really. A big shame that Vince Cable was vain enough to boast to those simpering neophytes masquerading as Telegraph reporters. He might have had enough spine to say no to Murdoch's plans. I don't think the Tories do. They've more to loose.
On 7 Jul 2011 at 5:45pm Clifford wrote:
Murdoch could drag down the Tories, Labour and the police - they've all been in his pocket at one time or another.
On 7 Jul 2011 at 5:45pm Vesbod wrote:
Well, I've just seen on Reuters that the News of the World is to close - I told you something was in the wind.....
Off with their heads !!
On 7 Jul 2011 at 7:06pm bastian wrote:
wait for the sun on sunday...b*stards,it's called compomise.
On 7 Jul 2011 at 11:13pm MC wrote:
It's not called compromise, it's caused cynical or trading. Lose News of the World, but not much loss as start Sun on Sunday, but either is small potatoes compared to the BIG prize, BSkyB. That's what he wants. Closing NotW, a small price to play.
On 8 Jul 2011 at 9:42am bastian wrote:
to murdoch it's like flicking a piece of fluff off his jacket sleeve,he's finished with it,it's served it's purpose.Cameron should be indited for allowing Coulsdon into his cabinate at a time when it was public knowlege that the paper was hacking,but because he has been seen to do something about the hacking(shutting the gate after the horse has bolted) he'll come out of this all squeaky clean.
On 8 Jul 2011 at 11:33am Clifford wrote:
It'd be nice to see Campbell (45 minutes sexing up) and Coulson sharing a cell. What yarns they could tell one another.