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John Whittingale and the dominatrix, Olivia King - the battles for and against the BBC - and for press freedom

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Post by Tony Bennett on 12.04.16 23:26

The full story of why three major media groups have for years covered up the 'Whittingale story' (such as it is) is revealed in this article:

https://www.byline.com/project/48/article/966

It's a fascinating account of media power and vested interests.

The government is struggling to control the BBC.

The press are fighting for their freedom.

It's all exposed in this article. But it's a long one     

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Post by John Whittingale,Leveson, on 13.04.16 11:26

Hi Mr Tony Bennett, thanks for the article link up,it just shows what a farce Leveson and the phone hacking investigations have been a farcical account of what has happened in the "Public's right to know" of the shenanigans people will go to, to cover up the wrongs people may have committed, unsolved Murders,child abuse allegations?
Or are these leaned people suggesting that it has all been a figment of their imagination, that these unsolved Murders never happened and the children were never harmed by the abuse they have suffered and will continue throughout their life?
Take a look at how Alan Duncan behaved about the outrageous"slur" that if they were to disclose their tax bills to the public, the MP's elected to the House of Common's would be half wits and not be able to grasp the way of life that his ilk had attained, yet Dennis Skinner was asked to leave the Chamber for calling the Prime Minister,dodgy Dave?

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Post by aquila on 13.04.16 11:59

John Whittingale,Leveson, wrote:Hi Mr Tony Bennett, thanks for the article link up,it just shows what a farce Leveson and the phone hacking investigations have been a farcical account of what has happened in the "Public's right to know" of the shenanigans people will go to, to cover up the wrongs people may have committed, unsolved Murders,child abuse allegations?
Or are these leaned people suggesting that it has all been a figment of their imagination, that these unsolved Murders never happened and the children were never harmed by the abuse they have suffered and will continue throughout their life?
Take a look at how Alan Duncan behaved about the outrageous"slur" that if they were to disclose their tax bills to the public, the MP's elected to the House of Common's would be half wits and not be able to grasp the way of life that his ilk had attained, yet Dennis Skinner was asked to leave the Chamber for calling the Prime Minister,dodgy Dave?
I'm more concerned by an MP calling another MP (who in this case happens to be the Prime Minister) 'dodgy Dave'. It's not the way to conduct oneself in parliament and I expect more from someone in the HOP challenging the Prime Minister (I couldn't care less which party) to bring something better to the floor and not treat it like a Hollywood Housewive's Bitch Blast.

Point scoring is disgusting and it doesn't matter from where it comes.

I expect more than playground language. I expect more preparation, more gumption, more information, more ability to debate without the need to resort to stupid personal remarks.

I'm classing them all as 'dodgy'. laughat

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Post by Tony Bennett on 13.04.16 12:36

The story itself is basically a non-story.

Single bloke (John Whittingdale) has girlfriend for a few months, ends relationship when he finds out she works part-time as a dominatrix. And this all happened 2 or 3 years ago.

The problem for John Whittingale is two-fold.

ONE - He is mightily resisting the efforts of Gerry McCann and the 'Hacked-Off' brigade to impose Leveson-recommended tight control of the press, with swingeing fines for those who breach privacy or report inaccurately.

TWO - He is trying to cut funds to the BBC, so the BBC hate him.

He also has a third 'problem' - he thinks Britain would be much better off outside the European Union and is a prominent advocate for the LEAVE campaign.


All reasons for the BBC to suddenly bash Whittingdale - when the rest of the press has wisely decided not to waste time and effort reporting it

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Post by pennylane on 13.04.16 13:03

@Tony Bennett wrote:The story itself is basically a non-story.

Single bloke (John Whittingdale) has girlfriend for a few months, ends relationship when he finds out she works part-time as a dominatrix. And this all happened 2 or 3 years ago.

The problem for John Whittingale is two-fold.

ONE - He is mightily resisting the efforts of Gerry McCann and the 'Hacked-Off' brigade to impose Leveson-recommended tight control of the press, with swingeing fines for those who breach privacy or report inaccurately.

TWO - He is trying to cut funds to the BBC, so he BBC hate him.

He also has a third 'problem' - he thinks Britain would be much better off outside the European Union and is a prominent advocate for the LEAVE campaign.


All reasons for the BBC to suddenly bash Whittingdale - when the rest of the press has wisely decided not to waste time and effort reporting it
Thanks Tony, that's very interesting.    thumbup 

I like where Mr Whittingdale is coming from, and his very ex-girlfriend's part time fetish is not only boring but totally irrelevant.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 13.04.16 13:46

@pennylane wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:The story itself is basically a non-story.

Single bloke (John Whittingdale) has girlfriend for a few months, ends relationship when he finds out she works part-time as a dominatrix. And this all happened 2 or 3 years ago.

The problem for John Whittingale is two-fold.

ONE - He is mightily resisting the efforts of Gerry McCann and the 'Hacked-Off' brigade to impose Leveson-recommended tight control of the press, with swingeing fines for those who breach privacy or report inaccurately.

TWO - He is trying to cut funds to the BBC, so the BBC hate him.

He also has a third 'problem' - he thinks Britain would be much better off outside the European Union and is a prominent advocate for the LEAVE campaign.


All reasons for the BBC to suddenly bash Whittingdale - when the rest of the press has wisely decided not to waste time and effort reporting it
Thanks Tony, that's very interesting.    thumbup 

I like where Mr Whittingdale is coming from, and his very ex-girlfriend's part time fetish is not only boring but totally irrelevant.

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Post by Doug D on 13.04.16 19:44

We all know what happens when football managers are given a vote of confidence.
 
‘Downing Street said Mr Whittingdale was "a single man entitled to a private life" and had the full confidence of the prime minister.’
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-36031743
 
Whittingdale statement:
 
‘Mr Whittingdale told BBC's Newsnight: "Between August 2013 and February 2014, I had a relationship with someone who I first met through Match.com.
 
"She was a similar age and lived close to me. At no time did she give me any indication of her real occupation and I only discovered this when I was made aware that someone was trying to sell a story about me to tabloid newspapers. As soon as I discovered, I ended the relationship.’
 
This doesn’t tie in with the previous weeks ‘Byline’ story:
 
………….involved in a long relationship between at least November 2013 and January 2015 with Olivia King, a well known escort who specializes in domination and sado-masochistic practices. It is unknown whether the relationship continues.
 
During this period, Whittingdale was accompanied by her at locations including the MTV Awards in Amsterdam in November 2013, the SportBall, attended by Kate Middleton, also in December 2013 and a New Years Eve party at the House of Commons in 2014/15. The photos below were taken the night following the SportBall. During this period, his movements and private conversations with her were well known by the tabloid press, allowing photographs of the couple to be photographed at these locations.
 
https://www.byline.com/column/51/article/950
 
In reporting a story like this, where any inaccuracies are likely to end up in the Law Courts, they are surely not going to have got the ‘New Year’ date wrong by 12 months, repeating it the following week, are they?
 
If photos of the House of Commons New Years Eve party in December 2014 were taken and can be produced, it makes a nonsense of his claims of a short term relationship.
 
Todays denials about any press collusion to bury the story are also about to be questioned in ‘Part 3’ next Sunday if George Osborne’s ‘former friend’ Natalie Rowe’s tweets are accurate:

Natalie Rowe
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Sceptical about #Whittingdale Scandal ? there are secretly taped recordings that prove he colluded with the Press to stop the story FACT 

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