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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/3446391.stm
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well it's hardly surprising given the circumstances.
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well it's hardly surprising given the circumstances.
what is surprising is that is taken him over 48 hours!
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well it's hardly surprising given the circumstances.
Role on Mark Thompson...

I think I will refrain from saying that now. Probably said it too many times.
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OMG
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(Original post by elpaw)
what is surprising is that is taken him over 48 hours!
and 2 people less to blame than him have both quit before him...
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OMG
That seems uneccessary.
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and 2 people less to blame than him have both quit before him...
i know, Dyke and Davies were just scapegoats, he was the big mastermind.
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That seems uneccessary.
Pardon ME for being in shock!!! :mad:
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what is surprising is that is taken him over 48 hours!
lol, true.
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(Original post by elpaw)
i know, Dyke and Davies were just scapegoats, he was the big mastermind.
Also, has a big double chin. Or is it a triple? Maybe a Quintet.
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Pardon ME for being in shock!!! :mad:
Its not that shocking though really, he couldn't realistically carry on working for the BBC...
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It's about time, he should have resigned months ago.
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Its not that shocking though really, he couldn't realistically carry on working for the BBC...
Bless you. You have no idea of my feeble heart.
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It's about time, he should have resigned months ago.
and to think, more people wanted blair to quit than gilligan :rolleyes:
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'Difficult time'
LOL. This is such a traumatic shock to me.
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That seems uneccessary.
I think caddie was joking lol
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and to think, more people wanted blair to quit than gilligan :rolleyes:
Blair did nothing wrong. Ask Hutton
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Everyone should resign. Dale Winton has done the National Lottery, and everyone at the BBC should accept responsibility for it.
Even caretakers, and Bill Oddie.
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LOL. This is such a traumatic shock to me.
I know. I think Im gonna need some therapy!
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