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

I basically revert to all my previous answers. You know, if we were together and the subject came up, I would tell him my view. I certainly -- I will certainly have made it plain to him -- whether he took any notice of it, of course, is an issue for him, but I would certainly have made it known to him that I thought John Stevens' relationships and attitudes and policies towards the media were more successful than Ian Blair's were, but then again, you'd have to be a blind man living on an island not to know that Ian Blair's relationships with the media had been a disaster.

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