It’s been fascinating watching the BBC get itself worked up into a state of moral outrage over the relationship between Liam Fox and Adam Werritty. To listen to the breathless coverage afforded this tale of business card usage one could be forgiven that this was a major international story rather than just another snide little BBC hatchet job, encouraged by Labour,  on one of those Minister’s that they just do not like. Fox may or may not have made some sort of minor error of judgement but to judge by BBC it is verging on a resigning matter.

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2 Responses to FOX ON THE RUN

  1. Roland Deschain says:

    I’ve got no sympathy.  The faux-Conservatives will do nothing about the BBC so it serves him bloody well right.


  2. My Site (click to edit) says:

    Usually, when ‘allegations’ are stiired up, especially via Labour and their PR lap dogs, I don’t pay a moment’s heed.

    But if the guys in theory running this country can’t quiet get their heads around what works when in office, and what looks, at best, bloddy odd, then they deserve a kicking. From any source.

    That the BBC only operates unidirectionally damns its efforts still further, however.