Jeremy *unt and the BSkyB stunt

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Tuesday, 24 April 2012


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London - Secretary of State for Vultures, Mediocrity and Spots Jeremy *unt has been outed as a NewsCorpse stooge at the Leveson Inquiry today.

A smug little toerag even by Tory standards *unt tipped off the Murdochs about a Parliamentary statement regarding their 'favorable' £8bn BSkyB takeover bid.

The takeover eventually bombed.

However the damning conversation looks like having taken place on the phone when *unt was piggybacking on Rebekah Brooks' saddle while she was astride the Met whorse Raisa.

David Cameron, reputedly always a bareback rider, then schmoozed James Murdoch at one of Mrs Brooks' Xmas 2012 parties.

And the happy trio looked forward to a bumper 2011 with the Murdochs set to dominate British media from A to Z.

Tonight despite the Leveson revelations see *unt blithely confident he'll still be in a job by the end of the week.

The same might not be true of David Cameron, however, with the media reporting today that he as considering a new career involving 'detonating some big explosives to mine bullion-rich Earth-bound asteroids'. [Bollox, that's his big bro James Cameron - 'Ed']

Tomorrow 'Big' Rupert Murdoch, the Prime Monster's great-uncle, will be in the spotlight at Court No 73 at the Royal aughts of Justice.

Charlie Brooks is 69.

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