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Tuesday, 10 May 2011

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The Daily Telegraph faced a political storm today when it was told, in no uncertain terms, that it should not have taped Cable.

In a harsh letter to the Royalbankofscotland Brothers, recluse multimillionaire owners of the newspaper, who live tax-free on an island off the UK somwehere, they were told that staff had no right to tape Cable.

Union leader at the newspaper, Dick Thick, said that under Health and Safety Executive Directive 3.2, subsection 3, paragraph 5 "Cable should not be taped, but fed through ducts under the floor by a qualified person".

Dr Vince Cable the politician was unavailable for comment.

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