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

No, I wouldn't accept that, although I wasn't involved in the decision-making around stories, because obviously I'm not the editor, but I wouldn't accept that -- I think it was -- there was clearly -- the stories speak for themselves. Across a lot of papers, there was a lot of briefing going on which appeared to come from political sources, there was, but it's us -- it's our role at the newspaper to decide which way we want to report it, so I don't -- there's no -- no agenda against Mr Quick, that's for sure.

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