The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

All I know is that for a number of years, although it did get better in recent years, if someone like me called the police for a burglary, a mugging, something in the street, something that happened to me or my girlfriend, the chances are that a photographer or reporter would turn up on your doorstep before a policeman. So whether you call that supposition or fact, I don't know.

On top of that, I have, of course, also all Paul McMullen's recorded testimony -- not testimony, but what he said about paying the police, you know, a third of the Metropolitan Police were on back-handers from the tabloid press.

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