It must be nice for Rupert to know he still has friends in high places, even if more and more think the H of P has become a place of ill-repute and the management becoming poorer.
The saying of birds of a feather flock together.
Has Coulson flown the nest?
But it is reassuring that immigration problem has been solved by the national borders becoming impenetrable due insufficient manpower.
I do feel safer, knowing that there are insufficient numbers for proper inspection of those wanting to enter the country.
Cruella and Damian Green were given this information months ago, but have chosen to ignore it.
But of course had the time to reduce manpower.
Madness reigns once again. Willy was right.
"Earlier, airline boss Willie Walsh accused the government of misleading the public over the length of the wait."
"UK border force staff cut by 10% according to leaked data
Immigration Minister Damian Green on a visit to Terminal 3 of Heathrow Airport Damian Green said the UK Border Agency had to be more flexible at busy times
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Leaked figures obtained by the Labour Party reveal that around 880 officers (10%) have been cut from the UK Border Force since 2010.
A further 1,550 officer posts could go by 2014/15, the BBC understands.
Shadow home office minister Yvette Cooper said ministers were being complacent over the level of chaos at Heathrow airport border control.
Immigration Minister Damian Green said 80 extra staff were being drafted in to cut queues, among other measures.
Prime Minister David Cameron, who met Home Secretary Theresa May for an update on the situation on Tuesday morning, told ministers they must admit there is a problem at the BAA-owned airport.
He said, "we've got to grip this," BBC political editor Nick Robinson was told.
The Public and Commercial Services union warned the government was "putting a sticking plaster on a serious injury" by drafting in staff from other areas to work at Heathrow."