Top of the Sun’s alleged greed pops was, to no surprise, Pa Broon. The paper has had to apologise to Brown so often recently that these recurring events no longer count as news, so it should surprise no-one that no effort is spared to make him look bad, rather than the hacks doing the accusing. But what may surprise some observers is the identity of the Tory MP whose photo appears next to that of the former PM.
Fortunately for the cause of transparency, Lisa O’Carroll at the deeply subversive Guardian has, in the course of her court reporting, brought that information to a wider audience as she told readers of “An Old Bailey trial of four Sun senior journalists” earlier this month. These included the Sun’s chief reporter John Kay, and its deputy editor Geoffrey Webster.
"Because working with them doesn’t seem to afford any protection."
Isn't it part of the defendents in this and previous cases that The Sun didn't inform them that what they were doing might be considered illegal?
Not only that haven't there been complaints that they were shopped by their superiors as part of a deal with The Met?
Which seems to indicate that working FOR them doesn't afford much protection either unless you are part of the hierarchy?
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