Thursday, December 14, 2006


Reproduced from Mr Fawkes website.

As I posted the last entry, I heard the Radio Four news lead story about Blair being interviewed at last following months of speculation. At interesting sub-text is that today is what industry insiders call a 'busy news day' as we have the awful events in Ipswitch unfolding, the post office closures consultation being launched and Steven's pointless investigation into the late Princess Diana being published (cost £3.6million). Perhaps that is why Downing Street wanted the PM to be questioned if at all then today? They deny that allegation absolutely of course. Interesting too that he wasn't interviewed under caution and apparently he had no legal representation present. Perhaps the yard plan another visit?
Some analysis from the BBC that broke the story can be read at
while the characters involved can be viewed at
Still with the BBC, Nick Robinson provides some good commentary on his blog at
but I am not sure that I agree with him that Blair is out of the woods yet.
So much for a legacy!


Blogger Praguetory said...

Thursday 14th December 2006, what a day. As you don't have a christmas post, I'm going to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year here. No doubt you are rushed off your feet at the pub.

4:30 pm  
Blogger Matt Dean said...

Thank-you Prague Tory.
Have a great 2007.

6:19 pm  

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