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Sorry, I'm probably being a little light-humoured here. I think it would be fair to say that most of the internal communications, newspapers, produced by any company or business are designed to throw the best light on that business. The Job, as it's called, the internal Met newspaper, has lots and lots of pictures of police officers doing wonderful things and getting medals and all the rest of it. I think people will see that for what it is, which is a set of good pieces of information being provided to the people of the organisation, but they'll also want to contextualise that and triangulate it from outside. I'm not suggesting there's any lies in there, sir.

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