The BBC can now say the e-mail that triggered the investigation into an alleged Downing Street cover-up was sent by Number 10 aide Ruth Turner. It
was sent to Tony Blair's chief of staff, Jonathan Powell, and concerned
Labour's chief fundraiser Lord Levy. The BBC is still barred from revealing
the contents of the e-mail. The injunction preventing the BBC from
broadcasting a story about this e-mail - granted on Friday night - was
amended on Monday afternoon.
It would be interesting to know why the injunction was relaxed and what implications this has for the police inquiry.