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Why aren't broadcasters scrutinising Neil Ferguson's claims?

11 June 2020

6:35 AM

11 June 2020

6:35 AM

Resigning in disgrace has come to take on a very different meaning than it did in the days when John Profumo withdrew from public life and dedicated himself to Toynbee Hall, a charitable institution in east London. Now, it seems to mean a few weeks in the sinbin before you are allowed to creep back to doing pretty much what you were doing before.

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