Met chief Bernard Hogan-Howe to be questioned in Parliament over leaks – Crime – UK – The Independent

by peterjukes

The report also claims that Lord Blairs predecessor, Lord Stevens, had a close relationship with a senior News of the World executive named in the document. After he retired in 2005, Lord Stevens was signed up to write a column for the Sunday tabloid, which was ghost-written by the newspapers former deputy editor Neil Wallis.

via Met chief Bernard Hogan-Howe to be questioned in Parliament over leaks – Crime – UK – The Independent.

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