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Cameron warns against 'gay witch hunt' after Phillip Schofield ambushes him on live TV with list of alleged Tory child abusers
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[quote:Manu-Koelbren:MV8yMDQ0MzY1XzM0MzUzMDU3XzU4RkQzRkEz] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27302421:MV8yMDQ0MzY1XzM0MzUyMzE3Xzg2NkIyMzlC] [quote:Manu-Koelbren:MV8yMDQ0MzY1XzM0MzUyMTQwXzY2RkM5NjEz] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27302421:MV8yMDQ0MzY1XzM0MzUxOTI1XzVDNkEzQjRD] this government is a total disaster on everything: economy, transport, housing, foreign policy, defence, justice, environment, europe, health, sleaze/lobbying, MPs expenses reform, immigration, social issues etc so having multiple enquiries into stuff that happened 30 years ago just seems like a convenient way to deflect the omnishambles that Cameron is presiding over. they are giving the country to Labour in 2015. notice how Miliband is never around and in the press when these scandals and U-turns take place. where is he this week? all labour have to do is keep quiet and not do anything stupid and they are in. it's a pathetic situation. [/quote] People expect the government to uncover these things, the government is the perp AND they're the ones covering it up you dumb sheeple!. The government is not your savior, how much evidence you need to realize the government is actually the one oppressing you? [/quote] err... No. the Police are supposed to uncover and prosecute these things in the courts. not in parliament or on tv or in endless enquiries. where did I say the coalition or any gov is my saviour? far from it. [/quote] My comment was meant in general not directed at you. [/quote]
Downing Street tonight condemned 'trial by Twitter' after David Cameron was sensationally handed a list of alleged Tory paedophiles on live television.
This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield said he had compiled the list of names after a three-minute ‘cursory glance’ at the internet, and gave it to the Prime Minister live on ITV1.
But the presenter later admitted a 'misjudged camera angle' meant some of the names could have been seen by the programme's millions of viewers, as a Tory MP wrote to Ofcom claiming ITV may have broken broadcasting rules.
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