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

Not at all. You have to understand -- I'm sure you do, but, you know, journalism and newspapers are like lawyers. You know, they are -- they can take -- they can be talking to someone and have a view, but it doesn't mean to say that they then don't have a different conversation with somebody else, you know, depending on which side has hired you. So I would have a personal view and I would say to whoever I was talking to: "I think this." If a hoofing great story came along that wasn't convenient to that, first and foremost I'm a journalist and the hoofing great story went in the paper.

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