Thursday, July 28, 2011


The UK Guardian is attempting to get some answers regarding Prime Minister Cameron's appointment of a Murdoch man in a highly sensitive government position. It is currently running a column of letters to and from 10 Downing which began with a list of fourteen questions regarding the affair from the Guardian to the PM's offices. There is then a response from Downing Street, and then begins a series of (I assume) ongoing replies and counters beginning with the Guardian's opening: "Thank you for your response which, you'll be aware, doesn't answer a single one of the 14 questions we submitted."

"....but hey, do what you will anyway," they did not say.

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