Posted Wednesday, 6 July 2011 at 12:42
This afternoon will be spent in the chamber in a three hour debate on the phone hacking scandal.
The printed press have seen sales slide by as much as 20% over the last year. It is interesting today, that those papers which have covered the NOTW hacking crisis have not offered any opinion or judgment, just factual reporting. I say interesting in as much as journalists are usually full of opinion, a bit like MPs. They are the first to criticise and hold to account in ways which are both robust and explicit, anyone, from Katie Price to the Queen, they deem to have erred from the path of righteousness.
I'm not sure how they think the general public will respond to this, but it wont be well.
Nadine Dorries MP
House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA
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