Hope the bastard gets trampled by reporters on his way home...
Paul McMullan, ex News of the World Deputy Features Editor
(5 posts) (5 voices)
Astonishing - this bloke has no moral centre at all.
As a shareholder of News International I think I can speak for the wider population in saying lets leave these journalists alone now. It can't be hard having worked in a job you love to have your world thrown upside down and picked apart. We should let bygones be bygones, seek closure and move on.
Surely the real victims of phone hacking and other morally-grey practises are not the over fussy celebrities and families of murdered children, but the investors in a company which has done jolly well despite the slings and arrows of the Guardian and a few dodgy MPs.
Enforcing the rule of law and the 'hu-person rights' as Brussles no doubt call it, is stifling business and restricting our economies ability to grow. If we don't want another recession then I suggest the great British public does whatever good old Rupert Murdoch says is best.
I'm with you there.
McMullen impressed enormously on Newsnight a month or so ago when the results of his shame-bypass had Steve Coogan in bits
I wrote a feature for the News Of The World once.
It was about technology. Well, the industry. The angle was "Millionaires who left school with no qualifications"
I was hoping it would inspire readers of the News of the Screws to get into technology
It was buried in the back of the paper though
You must log in to post.