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Mick Dempsey

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Nothing quite like a good conspiracy theory, eh?:laugh1::laugh1::laugh1::laugh1:


Odd how often stuff like that happens though, with the help of the media focussing attention elsewhere. Classic example is the Labour party attempted coup, created by the disciples of Bliar and over-reported by Kuenssberg et al at the BBC, which has done a lovely job of taking most people's minds off Chilcot which at 2.6 million words is rather unattractive reading to most. :001_rolleyes:

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Re the chilcot report.

Did it actually say anything we didn't know anyway? No real rabbits out of the hat.

Yesterday's news.


Like the Conservative election 'irregularities' that have been reported by Channel 4 News to the extent that they uncovered evidence which aided the Police in court to challenge the Government's attempts to block any investigation, said story so far ignored by the BBC?


Tory election expenses: police announce investigation - Channel 4 News


New expenses scandal emerges as Tories fight police in court - Channel 4 News

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Like I say, stuff happens all the time, there's always people bleating on about some protest march in London against globalization/austerity/BLM/FGM/GM/Eminem, that isn't first up on the six o'clock news.

It's not being hushed up, it just isn't top of the news agenda.

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You should watch Newswatch on Saturday morning on the BBC.

They explain and are often brought to task about scheduling and priorities.

There's plenty of other news agencies Al Jazeera and Russia Today on your tv and on the Internet for example who will give you a different slant on events.

Just saying "we get fed what the Man wants" is nonsense.

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