Sep 27, 2006
What She did not SAY
The BBC has become a complete turn off, all they appear to be interested in is so called 'human interest' stories. BBC one news has become so down market that they even advertise if yoy want to watch the real news press the 'red button'. I am more inclined to press the off button!!
"Carolin Lotter, a producer with Bloomberg, told BBC News she had been "not more than a metre or two" away from Mrs Blair and that she "literally had to step out of the way".
"Everybody was watching, everybody could listen to it, and she was just walking by one of the screens when I heard her say 'Well, that's a lie'," Ms Lotter said.
The fact is that no version of this story is true and Bloomberg should withdraw it immediately
Downing Street spokeswoman
A Downing Street spokeswoman said: "This story is totally untrue.
"Bloomberg first claimed Mrs Blair stormed out of the hall and flashed that story on their screens.
"When the story was totally denied on Mrs Blair's behalf and it was pointed out that she had not at any time been in the hall, Bloomberg conveniently changed their story.
"The fact is that no version of this story is true and Bloomberg should withdraw it immediately.
"Mrs Blair was accompanied by four people, two of whom were protection officers, none of whom heard her say anything."
Blogger Cainnech at 11:29 AM