Tim Walker and ‘ethics’ at the Telegraph
Here is a question for Telegraph editor Will Lewis. What does it say about your diarist Tim Walker's professional standards that, once again, we find his column printing original JC material unattributed, as if it were his own? The latest example has Walker quoting Lord Levy as saying that David Miliband "doesn't have the gravitas or the stature to be a great leader of the Labour Party. But talk to me in 10 years' time...", and so on.
Exactly, to the word, readers will recall, as the JC reported on Friday. Could Walker explain how he made such an unfortunate, no doubt accidental, ethical lapse? "Tire-some," Walker struts when we call. "I can't be bothered with this."
Your view, Mr Lewis?