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    Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband hold secret talks over Leveson - Crime - UK - The Independent

    Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband have secretly discussed their approach to the Leveson inquiry on press standards in a move which could put pressure on David Cameron not to water down its recommendations.

    Although the Deputy Prime Minister and Labour leader hope the three main parties agree a common response to the report, they know that Mr Cameron is already under intense pressure from the newspaper industry to oppose statutory regulation of the press.

    MPs believe Lord Justice Leveson’s report, expected later this month, will give Mr Cameron a dilemma by proposing some form of statutory underpinning for a new regulatory system following the phone hacking controversy.

    Interviewer: What do you believe is behind this recent increase in terrorist bombings? Helpmann: Bad sportsmanship

    by ceebs on Sat Nov 10, 2012 at 10:57:32 AM PST

    •  Only one dilemma? Let me count the ways! (1+ / 0-)
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      Not being able to find an on line instance of my favorite definition of a dilemma as a problem offering two solutions, both of which are fatal, I offer instead a menu of potential dilemmas, chosen not for their pertinence but because I like their names.

      Hobson's choice wiki

      Zugzwang wiki too

      Morton's Fork
      wiki, too too

      "Are you bluish? You don't look bluish," attributed to poet Roger Joseph McGough, for the Beatles' Yellow Submarine (1968).

      by BlueStateRedhead on Sat Nov 10, 2012 at 09:19:06 PM PST

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