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I spent five months with another senior journalist at the Independent newspaper investigating why other papers had shut down a story about the culture minister, only to see my editor shut the investigation down too. Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, under siege for his shifting account of the Panama Papers, is facing an imminent second front of attacks as a consequence of his decision to bring John Whittingdale into the cabinet last year.Whittingdale, according to one Whitehall source, became "The culture secretary Rupert Murdoch dreamt of" Although there is no suggestion that Whittingdale was explicitly coerced by any of Britain’s newspaper bosses, questions inevitably arise as to whether concerns about publication of aspects of his private life influenced his policy decisions inside the Culture department.The second episode of the series was dedicated to her memory.The twins felt as if she was paying more attention to her dog than them when they went to meet her family; plus they did not get a good first impression of her family after seeing them get into a heated argument.“For things like this season, I ate the brain of a dominatrix.It was very interesting to research,” Rose explained during her appearance at Build Series.In a few weeks, I will be hitting the Vegas strip with my sister to see Britney in concert for the third time. I had zero shame then, and I have zero shame now about totally, 100 percent believing if we were to one day meet, we'd be best friends. Here's Britney arriving at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards in New York.

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As Culture Secretary, with a brief that includes media policy, Whittingdale has a powerful influence over press regulation, the mooted privatisation of Channel 4 and above all the future finances of the BBC.

So far his key policy decisions have included: * Serial attacks on the BBC’s independence and influence * Backing for the Treasury’s assault on the public service broadcaster's finances * Unilaterally blocked legislation recommended by the Leveson Inquiry into the press, passed by all three major political parties in parliament in 2013 * Personal support for the press industry’s new non-Leveson compliant regulator, the Independent Press Standards Organisation, IPSO.

Here she is arriving at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards where she was nominated in the Best Female Video and Best Dance Video categories.

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