She does not, it seems, offer any explanation as to why Rippon backed down, and has no proof that any pressure was brought to bear on Rippon.
October 18, 2012 at pm (Cross-post, Cuts, protest, socialism, solidarity, Tory scum, TUC, unions, workers) By Maria Exall (CWU, TUC General Council, Chair of TUC LGBT Committee), in a personal capacity: The TUC has called its second mass demonstration in two years against the Coalition Government’s cuts agenda.
Naturally, the Murdoch press, the business in particular, and the BBC’s monumental mishandling of the whole fiasco.
And it has to be admitted that the Corporation’s compacency, dishonesty and ineptitude has played into the hands of its enemies.
And he wrote to Theresa May, the home secretary, demanding an inquiry, saying he had “incontrovertible evidence” that the duo had set up fake email addresses to spread “rumour, disinformation and downright lies”.
But Galloway’s now former secretary, Aisha Ali-Khan, is fighting back.
She believes there can be no other explanation for how he was able to quote verbatim, in his letter to May, from emails she and her husband had written to each other.