Friday, July 8, 2011

A Second Chance has given to David Cameron

David Cameron

He was not arrested, he did not speak under oath, but the Prime Minister was guilty.He had "an eye" to claims by the press hacking. He had "no grip". Yet there were mitigating circumstances, he claimed - he is a politician who wanted the paper to help him win.

What he did not admit to ignoring warnings about bringing the former editor of News of the World in the 10th issue, he has no excuses for the appointment of Andy Coulson, who was arrested today.

Indeed, David Cameron praised his former director of communications and called him "a friend".

David Cameron is in force, requires a second chance - as Coulson once did. He promises to go right in its relations with the media leaders - are less comfortable and less secretive in his dealings with them.

When asked what would be different in the future, his colleagues say it is too early to be specific, but the media and the public will be able to hold him accountable if he returns to his old ways.So the Prime Minister himself on trial.

He knows that he could rapidly return to the dock to ask for more about the past face - he asked what he was told and what others knew of Andy Coulson - and questions about the future - why his government will not block News Corp trying to take after James Murdoch's BSkyB's confession that his staff had acted illegally covered up what happened through a series of large out-of-settlements and misled Parliament.

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