And Derek Draper is a spin doctor, how?
All I know is these e-mails were private and I would say to people, you know, yes the content of these e-mails are shocking and people will be appalled when they read them tomorrow ...
This from someone who says later in the interview that he hasn't seen what the News of the World have penned for the morning. Must be quite bad, then.
... and when they read them, just remember they were never published ...
... but equally, just imagine if your own e-mails were made public to everybody, you know, what you might have said, or considered doing, or told a mate you would do, you know, it's a very very murky business to start looking in personal and private e-mails. It's a bit like having your most personal files at home ransacked and stolen.
We can imagine that Dolly, because Labour, your party, are doing just that to us, it started on Monday.
Internet records to be stored for a year
Details of every email sent and website visited by people in Britain are to be stored for use by the state from tomorrow as part of what campaigners claim is a massive assault on privacy.
You're correct, Dolly, looking at private e-mails is disgusting. Care to tell Jacqui Smith?