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Topic History of: Can we trust the media?
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JK2006 The BBC News just told me that any gathering in Downing Street was illegal ("one rule for everybody else..."). Was that illegal? Were there no exceptions? I need to know. If indeed there were no exceptions then the fuss is justified. Sue Gray's report will tell us. Will media then apologise for lying in giving us the news? I'm finding this increasingly disturbing. If Government officials did NOT break the law, I think we need to prosecute the media for lying. And causing us all such stress and panic.