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From a speech by the Pope, delivered in Bratislava, on his apostolic journey to the Slovak Republic
Tuesday 10 December 2002
Wednesday 06 November 2002
Wednesday 10 July 2002
Sunday 30 October 1994
NEIL HAMILTON, in his resignation letter to John Major, said he was forced to leave office by a media witch hunt and by 'foully motivated rumour', and one can almost see the indignation quivering on the page. It's that foully that does it. Media witch hunts can be found in any beleaguered politician's cliche cupboard, and rumour is cheap, but 'foully motivated' sets off an uncomfortable pricking of the thumbs, whatever the rights of the case.
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