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I didn't not get on with him, other than, you know, he was a man who decided he wasn't -- you know, he took a different view from John Stevens. He decided that he wasn't interested in the views of either the tabloid or mid-market press. He was a very cerebral man. He saw himself very much as somebody who didn't want to pursue those sorts of contacts, so, you know, he didn't.

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