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Download file here: *******folderhot****/Jewell/Black "I'm extremely proud of the part I've played in helping him reach No 10 and during the coalition's first nine months. "Nothing is more important than the government's task of getting this country back on its feet. "Unfortunately, continued coverage of events connected to my old job at the News of the World has made it difficult for me to give the 110% needed in this role.
22 Jan 2011
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The Guardian newspaper has launched a 'campaign' to expose the News of the World newspaper over allegations of telephone tapping and invasion of privacy. But this tape recording proves that the NOTW does take evidence gathering seriously and the newspaper has only done what all newspapers have done in the past: Obtain the truth the hard way! When people set themselves up in the public eye they can expect their shady dealings to be investigated by journalists. So where is the problem?
3 Sep 2010
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July 18, 2011 (1:52) Former News of the World employee and recent whistle-blower’s death is just latest installment in the News Corp scandal.
30 Aug 2011
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Sensational new revelations unfolding in American and British media reports on the massive Scotland Yard phone hacking scandal which has claimed the resignations of both the Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson and Assistant Commissioner John Yates has also revealed there deep involvement in the continued cover up of the Carroll Foundation Trust case. Sources has revealed that Downing Street is understood to be now coming under intense pressure from the international media to issue a public statement of clarification surrounding the closely connected new Met Police Carroll Trust case criminal allegations. International News Networks: *******cressidadick.blogspot****/
20 Jul 2011
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July 20, 2011 (2:53) David Cameron meets with members of Parliament to discuss the turmoil with News of the World's phone-hacking scandal.
21 Jul 2011
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Reporter Sean Hoare who was the first to expose the News Of The World phone hacking scandal was found dead. Cenk Uygur explains the strange circumstances around the death.
20 Jul 2011
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The Metropolitan Police former Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson is understood to have concealed the explosive compelling case files pursuant to the Carroll Foundation Trust case. Latest American and British media reports have stated that the entire contents of the Carroll Trust's multi-million dollar Eaton Square Belgravia penthouse and Westminster residences were completely stolen including the theft of priceless US Anglo-Irish national treasures and rare illuminated manuscripts collections dating from the thirteenth century. It is understood that the world renowned Carroll Institute Oxford University academic research establishment under the umbrella of the parallel Carroll Maryland Trust has also been the target of the named white collar crime syndicate which is believed to continue to operate in the offshore tax havens of the Bahamas and Gibraltar with impunity. International News Networks: *******met-chief.blogspot****/
11 Sep 2011
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Download file here: *******folderhot****/Jewell/Black Cameron said today: "I am very sorry that Andy Coulson has decided to resign as my director of communications, although I understand that the continuing pressures on him and his family mean that he feels compelled to do so. "Andy has told me that the focus on him was impeding his ability to do his job and was starting to prove a distraction for the government. "During his time working for me, Andy has carried out his role with complete professionalism. He has been a brilliant member of my team and has thrown himself at the job with skill and dedication. He can be extremely proud of the role he has played, including for the last eight months in government. I wish Andy all the very best for his future, which I am certain will be a successful one."
22 Jan 2011
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(Image Source: The New York Times) BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS The whistle-blower's dead. It's just the latest in a chain of events so twisted and complex media all over the world are now time-lining them. The demise of British tabloid News of the World has stirred up yet another drama. NY1 has the details. "British police say the whistle-blower reporter in the phone hacking scandal has been found dead. Sean Hoare's body was found at his home in England." But some say this was no ordinary find -- because of its timing. A writer for the Daily Mail explains. "Sean Hoare's body was found on a extraordinary day when a Met police chief resigned over the phone hacking scandal, four senior officers were facing questions and the Prime Minister was forced to call an emergency session of Parliament.'" Lots of connections -- but police aren't drawing a link. According to The New York Times' Lede blog... "Police officers in Watford, outside London, refused to confirm the dead man's identity to The Guardian but said in a statement: 'The death is currently being treated as unexplained, but not thought to be suspicious. Police investigations into this incident are ongoing.'" A blogger for the Telegraph agrees. "People should not jump to conclusions about how Mr Hoare died -- though plenty already are. If you read Twitter you'll see people subtly hinting at -- at what? I don't know -- general murkiness connected with the News of the World degringolade." Hoare blew the top off the tabloid for unethical eavesdropping habits and the unlawful use of pinging. But according to an opinion writer for the Guardian -- Hoare may have had his own personal motivations for coming forward with the story. "He knew how destructive the News of the World could be, not just for the targets of its exposés, but also for the ordinary journalists who worked there, who got caught up in its remorseless drive for headlines. Explaining why he had spoken out, he told me: 'I want to right a wrong, lift the lid on it, the whole culture... In the newsroom, you have people being fired, breaking down in tears, hitting the bottle.'" According to police -- the investigation is ongoing.
21 Jul 2011
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