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

I, of course, accept that. As I said, we were trying to obtain a copy of that issue of the Telegraph, unsuccessfully, and so how this came about is -- one must remember at that point Edward called me and said he thought it was the Mail and Telegraph in particular, and I followed up on that and then had a conversation with the Telegraph, and that conversation is summarised in my statement.

It wasn't during the course -- in that conversation, I wasn't told: "We haven't published the photograph." I mean, it may be that we were just talking at cross-purposes, but that was my understanding, that that photograph had been in the Telegraph, because that is what Edward had told me.

Keyboard shortcuts

j previous speech k next speech