Like this bit of colour in a Sunday Times article on News Corp's Management and Standards Committee by Jon Ungoed-Thomas:
"The MSC is chaired by Lord Grabiner, the Labour peer and QC. A team of commercial lawyers from the firm Linklaters have been scouring emails and other internal documents for possible unlawful behaviour.
"Will Lewis, a former editor of The Daily Telegraph, and Simon Greenberg, former director of corporate affairs at News International, also sit on the committee. The two executives are said to dine at their desks on organic beetroot juice and quails’ eggs."
Sure that will go down well with NI journalists who might end up doing porridge thanks to the MSC's actions.
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