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BBC 5 Live @ 10.30 this morning

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Post by Guest on 21.11.12 10:19

Bernard Hogan-Howe is on BBC 5 live and taking questions at 10.30 this morning, perhaps we should ask how the review is going....

Victoria Derbyshire‏@vicderbyshire

Do let me have your questions for the Head of the Metropolitan Police, Bernard Hogan-Howe, on @bbc5live at 10.30...
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Post by Guest on 21.11.12 10:23

You can listen here live, talking about abuse at the moment, B Hogan-Howe on at 10.30..........

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/bbc_radio_five_live
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Post by Guest on 21.11.12 11:17

Rough precis of what he said, may not be absolute actual words but the gist is........

Interviewer: Where are you up to with the Madeleine McCann Review





BHH: Starting to see more progress at the Portuguese end

Quite a long way through

Identified some strands that Portuguese police might want to review

We are seeing progress

Should know more by Christmas

If any gaps try to identify them

They have no authority to investigate in Portugal, it is their case



When asked about freemasons he thinks police should have to identify if the are masons. When asked if he was a mason.......he said no he was not. It would be wise for police officers not to get involved in secret organisations. They have to declare it.



As I say may not be totally accurate........just quick notes.
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Post by wjk on 21.11.12 12:41

Thanks candyfloss x
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Post by Guest on 21.11.12 15:20

My thanks too, Candy. I had to leave briefly at 12:00 pm my time and sadly missed this part. Oh well ...
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Post by aiyoyo on 21.11.12 15:30


When asked about freemasons he thinks police should have to
identify if the are masons.
When asked if he was a mason.......he said
no he was not. It would be wise for police officers not to get involved
in secret organisations.
They have to declare it.

So, according to his interpretation, freemasons = secret organisations. Interesting!
Akin to legalised triad then, in other word.
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Post by Guest on 21.11.12 15:36

You can hear the broadcast if you click on right hand side, just below header on the link below or

You can download the podcast on link below. The bit about Madeleine McCann Review comes about 25 mins into the 44 mins interview with Hogan-Howe.......

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/victoriad/all
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