So Vince is set up by the Telegraph in a pathetic sting (my how they must regret that) and is bounced from acting as the quasi-judicial (only the civil service could come up with such a term; it is a bit like another one I know of called "a permanent loan") being over Sky.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Hunt on the day he replaced Vince, had been texting James Murdoch as his own personal luvvy-in-waiting whilst doubling as the Secretary of State.
Can someone explain what the difference is? Vince could have set aside his personal opinions and acted in a quasi-judicial way just as Jeremy has done......
A Lib Dem bites the dust, a Tory soldiers on.
Leveson should conclude that there is no place for quasi-judicial but why cannot Parliament do that? Why is Leveson doing the job a Select committee could have done?
It's called the abdication of power.