George Michael rages against government

George Michael’s Twitter feed has been red hot recently as the former Wham star rails against all and sundry, but mostly the press and the British government.

Michael is still irate about press intrusion. He claims he was asked to testify to the Leveson enquiry, but refused because it was "bulls**t". A spokesman for the enquiry denied they had ever made any contact with the singer.

Michael was particularly enraged at the appearance of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, whom a House of Commons committee had described as "unfit to run a major company".

"Understatement of the year?" was Michael’s reaction. "And it's so funny that the Conservatives in government are defending him! Trying to cover their a***s when those lily white buttocks of theirs are already on display for the whole world to see. Cameron must be the most cowardly PM we've seen for decades."

Michael, is outraged that so few charges have been brought against those responsible. "After all these years, and all the crimes committed by journos, editors, the police force and MPs, the best we can do is 'enquiry' after 'enquiry' and no actual criminal prosecutions," he said.

Politics seems to be interesting the singer rather more than his day job at the moment. Michael’s musical activities have been very limited. Last year he released a charity download cover version of New Order’s True Faith that was greeted with disdainful reviews, and a version of Stevie Wonder’s You And I to mark the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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