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I must admit I too agree with Mosley. Journalists have gone too far in recent years, mainly the tabloid papers..... they invade a person's privacy at any cost and it is unfair. Just remember why Piers Morgan got sacked and you can see why they take it too far.... put any news in just to sell papers.... regardless of the situation it will leave the subject in. Times have changed.... in the 70's, the tabloid were brilliant, good for gossip and this is where you would idolise people... e.g. James Hunt and Barry Sheene. *** While I disaprove with what Mosley does (allegedly or fact), it is his life after all and if he doesn't want people invading his privacy, then so be it.

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