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When Prime Minister Theresa May met Rupert Murdoch?

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When Prime Minister Theresa May met Rupert Murdoch?

Post by willowthewisp on 30.09.16 18:21

According to the"Canary" website,Prime Minister Theresa had a secret tryst meeting in the last week of September 2016,this was before Jill Havern had sent her letter to the Prime minister and a copy to Sir Bernard Hogan Howe?
Sir Bernard had offered to retire earlier than planned,now read into that as to why was(TM) having this type of meeting,with regard to how involved his News Paper and media empire has usurped"Powerful Influence"on backing the Three previous UK Prime Ministers?
How far could anyone "Trust"Rupert Murdoch with all the Twist and Turns to manipulate MP's in the corrie door's of power?


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Re: When Prime Minister Theresa May met Rupert Murdoch?

Post by BlueBag on 30.09.16 18:23

Rupert Murdoch was (still is?) a regular luncher at 10 Downing St.

This man has way too much power.

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When Prime Minister Theresa May met Rupert Murdoch?

Post by willowthewisp on 30.09.16 18:47

Hi Bluebag,people might say that the UK Prime minister has to mix with business Leaders and Royalty,but when this man has"Trusted"Rebekah Brooks to"Persuade"a former Prime Minister to help set up Operation Grange of a "Review" of Madeleine McCann's disappearance,Remit-Abduction and has cost the UK Tax payer Millions of Pounds in collapsed Court Trails and the current investigation?
It should send shivers down most peoples backs,not with standing his backing for the next President of the USA,one Donald Trump and his"Fine Business Acumen" I was clever enough not to pay my taxes,plus his Loyal mob associations?
The"Good Old USA" are welcome to Rupert and his clan?


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