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Thursday, 26 April 2012

If In Doubt, Say Nothing

Oh dear, it seems that Hunt's Permanent Secretary is not publicly backing Hunt's version of events wrt Adam Smith's interactions with Murdoch.
"Five times in the House of Commons yesterday the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, told MPs that the Permanent Secretary (the most senior civil servant) at his Department approved the arrangements for the dealings with the Murdochs over their planned takeover of BSkyB.

Twelve times in the Public Accounts Committee this morning , the Permanent Secretary at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport himself refuses to answer questions about whether he DID approve those arrangements - namely that Adam Smith, Mr Hunt's special adviser who resigned yesterday, could liaise with News International."

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