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Post by Guest on 23.05.12 15:22

BBC News (UK)‏@BBCNews

#Paxman tells #Leveson Piers Morgan showed him how to hack into voicemail in 2002 http://bbc.in/Kowigy




Guido Fawkes‏@GuidoFawkes

So @PiersMorgan is a liar according to Paxman. Who knew? #Leveson @LouiseMensch




Jamie Smith‏@JamieSmiff

Is Piers Morgan finally being implicated in the #hacking scandal at #leveson? I'm so happy right now. So, so very happy




David Allen Green‏@JackofKent

That Paxman evidence at #Leveson is very bad indeed for @piersmorgan.



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Yes! Paxman is going to bring down Pires Morgan. Who said #leveson was a waste of time!





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Goin to be fun seeing @piersmorgan squirm when #leveson asks him bk for more questioning after Jeremy Paxman said PM showed him how to hack!
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Post by tigger on 23.05.12 15:25

woohooo At last the shine is coming off PM!

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Post by Guest on 23.05.12 15:28

Lisa O'Carroll has just sent us the transcript from court 73 of Jeremy Paxman's claims that the former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan told him how to hack into voicemails.

He had been invited to a lunch in September 2002 hosted by the Mirror's former chairman Sir Victor Blank at which Piers Morgan, the then editor of the Sunday Mirror, Ulrika Jonsson, Philip Green and others were present:


Two reasons I remember the lunch. One was that it was so unusual to be invited into such a bestiary. The second of which was that I was really struck by something that Piers Morgan said at the lunch. I was seated, as far as I recall, between him on my left and the editor of the Sunday Mirror on my right, and Ulrika Jonsson was seated opposite, next to or semi-next to, almost next to Philip Green and Victor Blank on her other side I think.

And Morgan said, teasing Ulrika, that he knew what had happened in the conversations between her and Sven-Göran Eriksson and he went into this mock-Swedish accent.

Now, I don't know whether he was repeating a conversation that he had heard or he was imagining this conversation. In fact, to be fair to him, I think we should accept both possibilities, because he probably was imagining it. It was a rather bad parody.

I was quite struck by it because I'm rather wet behind the ears in many of these things. I didn't know that that sort of thing went on. Indeed, when he turned to me and said: "Have you got a mobile phone?" I said yes, and he said: "Have you got a security setting on the message bit of it?" I don't think it was called voicemail in those days. I didn't know what he was talking about. He then explained that the way to get access to people's messages was was go to the factory default setting and press either 0000 or 1234 and that if you didn't put on your own code… his words: "You're a fool."

I don't know whether he was making this up, making up the conversation, but it was clearly something that he was familiar with and I wasn't. I didn't know. I didn't know that this went on.
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Piers Morgan: stuffed by Paxo.#leveson



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Piers Morgan just tweeted this.......



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Right - that's the last time I'm inviting Jeremy Paxman to lunch. Ungrateful little wretch.



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Post by jd on 23.05.12 17:26

I always knew I liked Jeremy Paxman! big grin

Do you remember when Paxman interviewed gerry mccann. Paxman just came across that he didn't believe a single word of the mccanns and was just doing his job by asking the questions, nothing more and nothing less
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Post by bobbin on 23.05.12 20:00

candyfloss wrote:Lisa O'Carroll has just sent us the transcript from court 73 of Jeremy Paxman's claims that the former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan told him how to hack into voicemails.

He had been invited to a lunch in September 2002 hosted by the Mirror's former chairman Sir Victor Blank at which Piers Morgan, the then editor of the Sunday Mirror, Ulrika Jonsson, Philip Green and others were present:


Two reasons I remember the lunch. One was that it was so unusual to be invited into such a bestiary. The second of which was that I was really struck by something that Piers Morgan said at the lunch. I was seated, as far as I recall, between him on my left and the editor of the Sunday Mirror on my right, and Ulrika Jonsson was seated opposite, next to or semi-next to, almost next to Philip Green and Victor Blank on her other side I think.

And Morgan said, teasing Ulrika, that he knew what had happened in the conversations between her and Sven-Göran Eriksson and he went into this mock-Swedish accent.

Now, I don't know whether he was repeating a conversation that he had heard or he was imagining this conversation. In fact, to be fair to him, I think we should accept both possibilities, because he probably was imagining it. It was a rather bad parody.

I was quite struck by it because I'm rather wet behind the ears in many of these things. I didn't know that that sort of thing went on. Indeed, when he turned to me and said: "Have you got a mobile phone?" I said yes, and he said: "Have you got a security setting on the message bit of it?" I don't think it was called voicemail in those days. I didn't know what he was talking about. He then explained that the way to get access to people's messages was was go to the factory default setting and press either 0000 or 1234 and that if you didn't put on your own code… his words: "You're a fool."

I don't know whether he was making this up, making up the conversation, but it was clearly something that he was familiar with and I wasn't. I didn't know. I didn't know that this went on.
Updated at 15:14 BST


http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/blog/2012/may/23/leveson-inquiry-paxman-marr-live



Who is the person who lent his airplane to Kate and Gerry, was it also a Philip Green. Can't find the reference anywhere, but does anyone know if this is so.

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@bobbin wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Lisa O'Carroll has just sent us the transcript from court 73 of Jeremy Paxman's claims that the former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan told him how to hack into voicemails.

He had been invited to a lunch in September 2002 hosted by the Mirror's former chairman Sir Victor Blank at which Piers Morgan, the then editor of the Sunday Mirror, Ulrika Jonsson, Philip Green and others were present:


Two reasons I remember the lunch. One was that it was so unusual to be invited into such a bestiary. The second of which was that I was really struck by something that Piers Morgan said at the lunch. I was seated, as far as I recall, between him on my left and the editor of the Sunday Mirror on my right, and Ulrika Jonsson was seated opposite, next to or semi-next to, almost next to Philip Green and Victor Blank on her other side I think.

And Morgan said, teasing Ulrika, that he knew what had happened in the conversations between her and Sven-Göran Eriksson and he went into this mock-Swedish accent.

Now, I don't know whether he was repeating a conversation that he had heard or he was imagining this conversation. In fact, to be fair to him, I think we should accept both possibilities, because he probably was imagining it. It was a rather bad parody.

I was quite struck by it because I'm rather wet behind the ears in many of these things. I didn't know that that sort of thing went on. Indeed, when he turned to me and said: "Have you got a mobile phone?" I said yes, and he said: "Have you got a security setting on the message bit of it?" I don't think it was called voicemail in those days. I didn't know what he was talking about. He then explained that the way to get access to people's messages was was go to the factory default setting and press either 0000 or 1234 and that if you didn't put on your own code… his words: "You're a fool."

I don't know whether he was making this up, making up the conversation, but it was clearly something that he was familiar with and I wasn't. I didn't know. I didn't know that this went on.


Updated at 15:14 BST


http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/blog/2012/may/23/leveson-inquiry-paxman-marr-live



Who is the person who lent his airplane to Kate and Gerry, was it also a Philip Green. Can't find the reference anywhere, but does anyone know if this is so.



Yes, it was Phillip Green, he lent it to them to visit the Pope. Don't know if he has one now though he lost a quarter of his fortune..................




Topshop mogul Sir Philip Green and his wife have lost almost a quarter of their personal fortune over the past 12 months.


The couple - who recently spent an estimated £6 million on a celebrity-studded beach party to celebrate Sir Philip's 60th birthday - are today worth £3.3 billion, down from £4.2 billion, the Daily Telegraph reports



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2136568/Not-rich-list-Topshop-mogul-Sir-Philip-Green-loses-BILLION-pounds.html
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Post by bobbin on 23.05.12 21:20

candyfloss wrote:
@bobbin wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Lisa O'Carroll has just sent us the transcript from court 73 of Jeremy Paxman's claims that the former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan told him how to hack into voicemails.

He had been invited to a lunch in September 2002 hosted by the Mirror's former chairman Sir Victor Blank at which Piers Morgan, the then editor of the Sunday Mirror, Ulrika Jonsson, Philip Green and others were present:


Two reasons I remember the lunch. One was that it was so unusual to be invited into such a bestiary. The second of which was that I was really struck by something that Piers Morgan said at the lunch. I was seated, as far as I recall, between him on my left and the editor of the Sunday Mirror on my right, and Ulrika Jonsson was seated opposite, next to or semi-next to, almost next to Philip Green and Victor Blank on her other side I think.

And Morgan said, teasing Ulrika, that he knew what had happened in the conversations between her and Sven-Göran Eriksson and he went into this mock-Swedish accent.

Now, I don't know whether he was repeating a conversation that he had heard or he was imagining this conversation. In fact, to be fair to him, I think we should accept both possibilities, because he probably was imagining it. It was a rather bad parody.

I was quite struck by it because I'm rather wet behind the ears in many of these things. I didn't know that that sort of thing went on. Indeed, when he turned to me and said: "Have you got a mobile phone?" I said yes, and he said: "Have you got a security setting on the message bit of it?" I don't think it was called voicemail in those days. I didn't know what he was talking about. He then explained that the way to get access to people's messages was was go to the factory default setting and press either 0000 or 1234 and that if you didn't put on your own code… his words: "You're a fool."

I don't know whether he was making this up, making up the conversation, but it was clearly something that he was familiar with and I wasn't. I didn't know. I didn't know that this went on.


Updated at 15:14 BST


http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/blog/2012/may/23/leveson-inquiry-paxman-marr-live



Who is the person who lent his airplane to Kate and Gerry, was it also a Philip Green. Can't find the reference anywhere, but does anyone know if this is so.



Yes, it was Phillip Green, he lent it to them to visit the Pope. Don't know if he has one now though he lost a quarter of his fortune..................




Topshop mogul Sir Philip Green and his wife have lost almost a quarter of their personal fortune over the past 12 months.


The couple - who recently spent an estimated £6 million on a celebrity-studded beach party to celebrate Sir Philip's 60th birthday - are today worth £3.3 billion, down from £4.2 billion, the Daily Telegraph reports



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2136568/Not-rich-list-Topshop-mogul-Sir-Philip-Green-loses-BILLION-pounds.html

poor loves, if they run out of money they can come to my place and have eggs on toast.
If they lose even more money they will fall into the tax free bracket and won't be able to make an honest contribution to society....hang on a minute, they don't do that already.... mother! cancel that eggs on toast offer.
http://www.channel4.com/news/topshop-protest-over-sir-philip-greens-taxes

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Post by tigger on 24.05.12 6:54

Bobbin big grin

But he was still very, very rich when he lent his plane to the McCanns to goto Marocco. The McCanns knew that of course - no wonder Kate complained about being fobbed off with an old and uncomfortable one - she must have expected one with a lounge, bar and big sofas. Instead it was more Easyjet.

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Post by PeterMac on 24.05.12 8:28

So Paxman has more power than Morgan !
Why ?
Because he told the truth, and that is always more powerful than the alternative.

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I'm accumulating a list of the men from mainstream media and politics that I would welcome to my table for a light supper of eggs on toast (sorry I don't do bestiaries but the eggs are from my totally free range, organic hens).

1. Lord Leveson, who to my mind is happily capable of seeing it and saying it as it really is.
2. Mr. Jay QC, who equally, can penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit.
3. Jeremy Paxman who has retained a naivety, and is nobody's fool and has the courage to speak out.

And then there are the whistle blowers. Tom Watson for a start.

It's not bad is it, out of a population of some 60,000,000 in the UK, and about 30,000,000 of those being male, to be able to find 4 straight men.

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Post by PeterMac on 24.05.12 9:37

OFF TOPIC (Love the idea of eggs being a vegetarian option )

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Post by roy rovers on 24.05.12 9:52

The Mccanns must surely have been hacked too. I wonder what was found.
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Post by bobbin on 24.05.12 11:05

@PeterMac wrote:OFF TOPIC (Love the idea of eggs being a vegetarian option )

Yes, they're pure and simple aren't they. Often that's the best way.
Not everyone can tolerate bestiaries.... they can be very hard to stomach with lots of unexpected, even, unpleasant after-effects.

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Off Topic. Eggs are animal tissue. Like caviar.

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@bobbin wrote:I'm accumulating a list of the men from mainstream media and politics that I would welcome to my table for a light supper of eggs on toast (sorry I don't do bestiaries but the eggs are from my totally free range, organic hens).

1. Lord Leveson, who to my mind is happily capable of seeing it and saying it as it really is.
2. Mr. Jay QC, who equally, can penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit.
3. Jeremy Paxman who has retained a naivety, and is nobody's fool and has the courage to speak out.

And then there are the whistle blowers. Tom Watson for a start.

It's not bad is it, out of a population of some 60,000,000 in the UK, and about 30,000,000 of those being male, to be able to find 4 straight men.
Shall we include Galloway ? And Private Eye staff,

Incidentally Jay is extremely successful, and very very bright, Scholar to New College, then a First, only 19 years from call to Silk, but as a QC he bats for both sides. Which is another way of saying he can not only penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit, but can also stir them up when paid to do so !

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@PeterMac wrote:
@bobbin wrote:I'm accumulating a list of the men from mainstream media and politics that I would welcome to my table for a light supper of eggs on toast (sorry I don't do bestiaries but the eggs are from my totally free range, organic hens).

1. Lord Leveson, who to my mind is happily capable of seeing it and saying it as it really is.
2. Mr. Jay QC, who equally, can penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit.
3. Jeremy Paxman who has retained a naivety, and is nobody's fool and has the courage to speak out.

And then there are the whistle blowers. Tom Watson for a start.

It's not bad is it, out of a population of some 60,000,000 in the UK, and about 30,000,000 of those being male, to be able to find 4 straight men.


Shall we include Galloway ? And Private Eye staff,

Incidentally Jay is extremely successful, and very very bright, Scholar to New College, then a First, only 19 years from call to Silk, but as a QC he bats for both sides. Which is another way of saying he can not only penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit, but can also stir them up when paid to do so !

Yeah! this if fast becoming a party. I didn't realise that we could find more than just a tiny handfull of good honest men.

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Post by PeterMac on 24.05.12 11:33

I know it is not politically correct to say so, but I think you may find that Redwood will one day be included in this list.

Paxman's 'naïveté' is a put on. He is a product of Malvern and St Catharine's

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@PeterMac wrote:I know it is not politically correct to say so, but I think you may find that Redwood will one day be included in this list.

Paxman's 'naïveté' is a put on. He is a product of Malvern and St Catharine's

My dearest friend went to Malvern - I find him a little naive too - clever but naive.

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@tigger wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:I know it is not politically correct to say so, but I think you may find that Redwood will one day be included in this list.

Paxman's 'naïveté' is a put on. He is a product of Malvern and St Catharine's

My dearest friend went to Malvern - I find him a little naive too - clever but naive.

PeterMac, I am sure you're right, but used correctly, it's nevertheless a very convenient 'attribute' which can deliver, with impunity, the necessary and timely punch.

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@tigger wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:I know it is not politically correct to say so, but I think you may find that Redwood will one day be included in this list.

Paxman's 'naïveté' is a put on. He is a product of Malvern and St Catharine's

My dearest friend went to Malvern - I find him a little naive too - clever but naive.

Either that, or he a very good actor. If he's naive so be it. I still like his guts to give it straight.

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@bobbin wrote:I'm accumulating a list of the men from mainstream media and politics that I would welcome to my table for a light supper of eggs on toast (sorry I don't do bestiaries but the eggs are from my totally free range, organic hens).

1. Lord Leveson, who to my mind is happily capable of seeing it and saying it as it really is.
2. Mr. Jay QC, who equally, can penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit.
3. Jeremy Paxman who has retained a naivety, and is nobody's fool and has the courage to speak out.

And then there are the whistle blowers. Tom Watson for a start.

It's not bad is it, out of a population of some 60,000,000 in the UK, and about 30,000,000 of those being male, to be able to find 4 straight men.
There's Jon Gaunt of the Sun who had an argument with Loraine Kelly on Talk Sport.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q29Po9j6a1Q

Are you sure you want Lord Leveson to come after the way he toadied to the McCanns?
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@Spaniel wrote:
@bobbin wrote:I'm accumulating a list of the men from mainstream media and politics that I would welcome to my table for a light supper of eggs on toast (sorry I don't do bestiaries but the eggs are from my totally free range, organic hens).

1. Lord Leveson, who to my mind is happily capable of seeing it and saying it as it really is.
2. Mr. Jay QC, who equally, can penetrate the turgid waters of lies and deceit.
3. Jeremy Paxman who has retained a naivety, and is nobody's fool and has the courage to speak out.

And then there are the whistle blowers. Tom Watson for a start.

It's not bad is it, out of a population of some 60,000,000 in the UK, and about 30,000,000 of those being male, to be able to find 4 straight men.
There's Jon Gaunt of the Sun who had an argument with Loraine Kelly on Talk Sport.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q29Po9j6a1Q

Are you sure you want Lord Leveson to come after the way he toadied to the McCanns?

I think so, based on what I have seen so far.
I don't for one minute think he can see so thoroughly, through all the other miscreants, but cannot see through the McCanns.
It's a waiting game. You don't announce to your suspects that the police are going to do a surprise dawn raid tomorrow, at 05.00, on the dot, if you are still mustering the forces and getting everything correctly into place.

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