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I have managed to get hold of a copy, which you can see here, of my lengthy interview with Sky News about the Skripals yesterday, which Sky refused to put online because they allege I was boring. With the warning you might therefore be very bored, you may watch it if you wish.
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originally posted by: paraphi
a reply to: alldaylong
? Murray was sacked under a Labour government. Sacked after two years as ambassador to a minor country. Sacked because he violated the Official Secrets Act. So, a disgraced and failed civil servant, from a decade and a half ago, is suddenly an expert in nerve agents and the Salisbury poisoning.
Back to the OP - this painful interview highlighted Murray's lack of credibility and legitimacy over the subject matter. That's why it was not aired. It was painful to watch. Yes, and boring.
PS you have no idea about my politics, so please try to keep to topic and not attempt to personalise. Thanks.