January 27, 2004

Blair Vindicated

"Hutton: Tony Blair has been cleared of 'duplicitous wrongdoing', but BBC governors condemned for failing to investigate truth behind Andrew Gilligan's Today story, according to The Sun which has got hold of a leaked copy of the Hutton report... more soon"

From the Guardian's main web page.

And he ekes out the vote on tuition top off fees.

Yay.

UPDATE: The Guardian no longer has story on their main page. And, not suprisingly, they are downplaying the leak to the Sun.

Oh, and I'm watching the Beeb's midnight news. Boy, it sure sounds like a requiem for Blair (Blair in "terminal decline" and such). How they spin!

And, just shy of 10 minutes into the show, still not a whimper on dastardly Gilligan!

Folks, this is worse than Fox news. Much worse.

Remember that the next time assorted Beeb-o-phile pseudo-sophisticates badger you about the crude American media.

Posted by Gregory at January 27, 2004 10:16 PM
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