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BBC NEWS | Politics | In detail: Byers court exchanges

Here is the transcript of the court exchanges which led Stephen Byers to admitting not telling the truth to MPs.

Why is that a single Lawyer in court managed to string him out to dry when the massed ranks of Lawyers turned Politicians in the House hadn't? Will they manage to now?

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Any person with a shred of honour would have resigned his seat after committing the catalogue of deceit and malfeasance Mr Byers has committed.

Of course, since when has honour been included in the NuLabour dictionary?

RM

You do not think that the competent lawyers go into politics do you?

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