Saturday, 23 February 2008

No apology from the Telegraph

The Telegraph reports the jailing of the Natwest three with no mention of its own involvement in the campaign against their extradition. The problem for the paper is that when white collar criminal assert that what they have done is normal business practice, it tends to agree with them. When 'normal business practice' tends to be criminal, it has some explaining to do.
Of course the Telegraph itself was a victim of wholesale plunder from Conrad Black, who asserted that his criminality was normal business practice.

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