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Richard, you're right there is a difference between being TOLD to lie as Lewis did. Seb did it on his own accord.
You want FACTS so
FACT 1: Vettel says he was not aware of the team order to hold position when interviewed on tv.
FACT 2: He backtracks later and says he was aware of the order not to pass.
If you are going to slate one driver for lying then at least have a balanced point of view and slate Vettel for doing the same or similar.
As a racer Vettel is great really he is but as a person that day, he sucks but as you know F1 isn't a personality contest.