Thursday, 24 May 2012

Leveson Inquiry digs a bigger hole for Jeremy Hunt

It gets worse. Now it appears Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt sent David Cameron a memo supporting News International's acquisition of BSkyB just weeks before the Prime Minister appointed him to replace Vince Cable to oversee the bid.
There was a lot of other potentially comprising evidence unveiled by the Leveson Inquiry today.
I say potentially because innocent until proven guilty, Hunt must be given a chance to have his say at Leveson. His grilling can't come soon enough.
Hunt will be fighting to hang on to his job and perhaps his career in politics.
The judgement of the Prime Minister - the man who gave Andy Coulson a second chance - is back under the microscope.

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