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Salacious Texts between David Cameron and Rebecca Brooks

Posted on: November 4, 2012

The sheepish behaviour of David Cameron during the Leveson enquiry should have alerted parties concerned that he was a guilty party. He has been very close to Rebecca Brooks as well as to her former husband. I guess once you have entered the gates of Eton, you meet friends that last a lifetime.

David Cameron and Rebekah Brooks

 You can’t blame David Cameron for taking care of his own but we are not talking about a man on the street. This is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. He needs to have some integrity. He was guilty of employing Andy Coulson as his communications chief; the Prime Minister deliberately ignored warnings that Andy had employed a freelance private detective with a long track record of corruption who was at the time facing a murder charge. The British public let him off scotch free.

He has been guilty of have at least five known secret meetings with Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch’s empire has been at the centre of the biggest assault on the privacy of innocent citizens of this country including the parents of murdered school girl Milly Dowler. Don’t forget the parents were given false hope believing that their daughter was accessing her messages.

So now the full extent of David Cameron’s involvement has finally surfaced. His relationship with Rebecca Brooks was not just professional; it was also deeply personal. The text messages reveals all, the opportunity has come for him to admit to the British public the full-scale of their relationship. The least he can do is publish all the text messages in order to restore the public trust and confidence in him and what he stands for.


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