There are two parts of Chris Huhne’s weekend appearance in the Guardian (here) that made me smile:
“If most of the press is to be believed…”
I don’t think Mr “It was my wife what done it.” should ever call into question who is believable, and who is not. (Neither should he be lecturing anyone on the need “urgently to re-establish credibility.”)
Second up, given the topic is supposed to be press censorship, this closer says a lot:
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I’m unsure which of these is the worst: Huhne, the Guardian, or the changes to the UK law about the press. They all leave a bad taste in the mouth.