Wednesday, 20 June 2007

Not quite lying

Adam Boulton has had a bit of a go at "Lord" Charlie Falconer for saying in May that he had no plans to let prisoners out early to ease overcrowding, something he did yesterday. Falconer says he was not lying because he had no plans at the time, honest. He also said at the time it would be wrong to do it.

Boulton also throws in an example of when Alastair Campbell lied to him. Just the one time?

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