"People like Blunkett, Puttnam and Jowell ought to be very careful about rushing in to make any statements at this moment. At an appropriate time, stuff will go into the public domain that will justify the police’s approach.
“When information comes into the public domain they will need to reflect very carefully on what they have said in the past 24 hours. I think they are going to look f****** stupid. Quite frankly, this is a mess created by the people involved in the situation. This childish, ‘we’re being picked on’ [attitude] is like Big Brother.”
Sunday, January 21, 2007
Police bat away the spin machine
The Metropolitan police are not letting the New Labour spin machine get in the way of their investigation of lordships-for-lucre. Metropolitan Police Authority chairman Len Duvall says: