Two words. "Milly" and "Dowler".
Put them together with "deleting" and "voicemails". And that's all that needs to to be said, really, on the whole matter. Isn't it? Anyone capable of doing that —
I don't think they did it though.
Well — it's just what happens when the mailbox gets full up. Isn't it?
...The point is, it's none of our business what these people get up to...Hugh Grant...And that little opera singer girl. Welsh girl. Whatsername?
These newspapers think they can ride roughshod, in the name of public opinion.
That's right. But what's in the public interest about knowing that Hugh Grant flirted with that secretary? When he was also going out with Jemima.
Well, it's massive...
It's exactly these sort murky waters we're dealing in...And then you've got the Prime Minister riding that woman's horse...
I don't think that's part of it, is it?
Really. Isn't it? You tell me. And then the little Welsh girl — I don't remember what her beef was.
They paid her off. I'm pleased to say. But do you remember what a sweetheart she was? When she first came on the scene?
Oh, she was adorable.