May 26, 2004

If it wasn't Campbell whodunnit, whodunnit?

Look at this "correction" (or is it a clarification?) in The Guardian. today:

"A sentence in a comment piece (Poor Comical Ali, page 24, May 13) may have been read by some to imply that Alastair Campbell had played a role in leaking the conclusions of the Hutton report to the Sun. We did not intend to suggest that Mr Campbell played any part in this leak, and apologise if the contrary impression was conveyed."

So has Campbell been eliminated from the inquiry that I have been assured is on-going? I'm not for a moment suggesting he shouldn't be eliminated from the inquiry but if they have eliminated a suspect from the on-going. inquiry shouldn't they be closer to a result?

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