I am a Life member of the National Union of Journalists (40 years man and boy!) and ironically on the day the Obituary for Johnny Longdon one of the early inspirational BBC pioneer audio boffins was published, ( He invented the self drive BBC desk!) and once borrowed Churchills hat for a few days and many other stories.
I was invited to comment live and give my professional view (Thursday 24th November) on the Leveson Inquiry, http://www.levesoninquiry.org.uk/ on the BBC Cambridgeshire Jeremy Sallis hosted BREAKFAST SHOW.
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Having closely researched my task, I began to feel really uneasy and wondered just how much our generation was involved in the general muckraking and everything that was being presented? Then up popped an e-mail from the http://www.gentlemenranters.com/ website which answered my question.
I invite you gentle reader, to follow the link as it speaks volumes on how the Gentlemen of Fleet Street (and there were many) view - or would have viewed - the world today. Lord Leveson might be well advised to have a look as well. He is only getting a small part of the self serving story. Here is the e-mail in full, holding nothing back!
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