With Andy Coulson convicted for phone hacking — and Rebekah Brooks acquitted — it looks like someone has a statement to make:

“I have an old-fashioned view about innocent until proven guilty, but if it turns out that I have been lied to, that would be the moment for a profound apology. In that event, I can tell you that I will not fall short.”

Surely such a “profound apology” comes in person and not via press release?

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