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April 26, 2012

Pride's Purge

The Prime Minister David Cameron has defended himself against accusations that he has been too close to the Murdoch family by saying that during the numerous dinners he had with them in his home and elsewhere he didn’t actually talk to them about anything.

In a statement, Mr Cameron explained:

Although it’s true I have invited both Mr Murdoch and his little boy James to dinner on a regular basis, during the meals I made it absolutely clear as Prime Minister I would not actually be saying anything to either of them. Or their wives.

When asked if the Mr Murdoch had tried to talk to him about anything, Mr Cameron said:

I think Rupert may have asked me to pass the salt once but I just blanked him.

Although the Prime Minister was accused last year of breaking Parliament’s ministerial code of conduct by failing to avoid a possible…

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