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  • #17796 Reply

    fishcakes
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    #17797 Reply

    fishcakes
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    It just struck me, does the poor guy have any time off?

    #17798 Reply

    Steven
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    Yes

    #17799 Reply

    Easty
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    It just struck me, does the poor guy have any time off?

    LMAO! I agree. He is on the TV constantly – not that that is bad.

    #17800 Reply

    news_wench
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    He does seem very busy.

    #17801 Reply

    sea monkey
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    i’m sure they compensate him well for his time

    #17802 Reply

    gaja
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    I think he was on holiday a couple of weeks back. I seem to remember alot of Downing Street and Westminster reports being done by other people.(more than is usual)

    #17803 Reply

    fishcakes
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    Is he still going out with Tony Blair’s ex-press officer?

    Now, that was a scandal!

    #17804 Reply

    eagleeye
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    Why ? Sounds like a good way to get exclusive info to me

    #17805 Reply

    fishcakes
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    I think she left her partner for him

    #17806 Reply

    Newsroom
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    No she didn’t!

    You really do have the wrong end of the stick Fishcakes

    #17807 Reply

    fishcakes
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    There was definately some scandal. My journalist friend told me. It was in all the papers, except the Mirror, because she comes from the same village as Piers Morgan.

    But, Newsroom, with your “extensive” experience at RTE, I am sure you know best.

    #17808 Reply

    Newsroom
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    “Extensive”?? Where did you get that from?

    #17809 Reply

    sea monkey
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    Newsroom, you do seem to give off an air of superiority in all matters Sky to us all

    #17810 Reply

    Newsroom
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    give me some examples.

    back up your flimsy argument with some evidence.

    #17811 Reply

    Easty
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    please don’t start another pointless argument

    #17812 Reply

    fishcakes
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    give me some examples.

    back up your flimsy argument with some evidence.

    Newsroom, have a look at this, and in future, do your own research.

    It’s in all the papers, bar the Mirror as I said before. This is one website and a short quote from it, but it is easily accessible online.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml…/15/nanji15.xml

    Woman who chose Blair’s ties leaves family for Sky man

    By Nicole Martin

    (Filed: 15/07/2002)

    The woman formerly known as the “gatekeeper” to Tony Blair has become romantically involved with the political editor of Sky News.

    Anji Hunter, who until she left the Government last year had worked with Mr Blair for much of his political career, is said to have formed an intimate relationship with Adam Boulton.

    It is understood that the pair, who are in their forties and married with children, have left their marital homes to pursue their relationship, which apparently began two years ago on an official visit to Paris.

    #17813 Reply

    fishcakes
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    Newsroom, you do seem to give off an air of superiority in all matters Sky to us all

    It’s because he “apparently” has a job at RTE, but in fact I think that is a leeeetle bit of an exaggeration, don’t you, Newsroom?

    #17814 Reply

    ST34
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    fishcakes you made your point and provided the evidence well, but let us not descend into personal attacks, they are boring.

    #17815 Reply

    Newsroom
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    Whether you believe me or not fishcakes is your business-one way or the other it does not bother me in the slightest……now can we get back to SkyNews?

    BTW-that article was interesting however I do not understand me giving an air of “superiority”-however I have taken it as a compliment.

    #17816 Reply

    sea monkey
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    “BTW-that article was interesting however I do not understand me giving an air of “superiority”-however I have taken it as a compliment.”

    BTW, maybe “know it all” would have been better

    #17817 Reply

    Newsroom
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    Have you not learned to quote properly yet…again a “know-all” is a HUGE compliment-thanks!

    Now back to Adam Boulton …is is a fine journalist although not sure about his ties…..

    #17818 Reply

    sea monkey
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    Have you not learned to quote properly yet…again a “know-all” is a HUGE compliment-thanks!

    Now back to Adam Boulton …is is a fine journalist although not sure about his ties…..

    Have you not learnt that I am not trying to compliment you?

    I like Adam’s ties

    #17819 Reply

    Newsroom
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    a know-all is a huge compliment,although i am not a know-all—i just know abit about the inside workings of a newsroom that;s all!

    #17820 Reply

    sea monkey
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    a know-all is a huge compliment,although i am not a know-all—i just know abit about the inside workings of a newsroom that;s all!

    I don’t know about over there in Ireland, but here, “know it all” (note not “know-all”) is used for someone who is a bit arrogant for no reason.

    And don’t assume that you are the only one with knowledge of how a newsroom works!

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