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Union threatens dispute if BBC fail to back Gilligan
Full Hutton details here. So, the BBC is in trouble, standing accused of poor journalism and worse management. The Sun faces serious repercussions from its decision to publish the leak of the report this morning. We have some mild criticism of the Ministry of
….and it looks like the BBC is in real trouble. He has called Andrew Gilligan’s report “unfounded”, and that it was that broadcast which drew Dr Kelly into the controversy. Criticism of the Government has been very mild so far. The statement continues.
Geoff Hoon will not be resigning. Sure, a man died because he was forced to give up his body armour. Sure, this was because the MoD ordered their supplies too late, despite the fact that everyone knew that we were going to war months
Well, actually the Hutton report arrives in just under two weeks, with the involved parties getting 24 hours’ notice on the rest of us. Will this be a watershed for the BBC and for Blair’s government? Or will it all disappear with a
Tony Blair has been before the Lord Hutton: BBC NEWS | Politics | Blair ‘would have quit if dossier story true’ I’ll be interested to see the full transcript on the Inquiry website tomorrow.
No stunning revelations just yet. We do hear that intelligence chiefs had concerns that the 45 minutes information was suspect and that Kelly’s job included briefing the media. We also learn that, despite earlier government claims, Kelly was a very highly placed expert.
As Eric has pointed out, I haven’t been very good at replying to comments of late, so I thought I’d better get to it, post haste. He said: But what is an editorialist (the focus of the piece) that sets him or
Yet more, this time from the Daily Telegraph… Three days after the death of Dr David Kelly something curious was going on in the offices of the Ministry of Defence. On the evening of Sunday July 20, MoD police were alerted to an incident
From the BBC News report on the Kelly Inquiry: Lord Hutton said his task was to investigate the circumstances surrounding the scientist’s death, quickly and fairly. *He also revealed that Dr Kelly’s body had been found with four electrocardiogram pads on his