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London, Saturday, April 3, 1999


Dear Director-General

Journey to the Far Right, March 20, 1999.

Since I received the reply from Mr Graham dated March 31 to which I referred in my letter of April 3 I have received no further response to my complaint.

Unless I receive from you by close of business on Thursday next, April 22, a letter with substantive proposals to redress my complaint, I shall take the usual steps to commence action for deceit and defamation under the new procedures and otherwise to reserve to my position. I am at the High Court on Friday bringing an interlocutory action against Penguin Books. My fax number here is 0171 409 7048.

I have now obtained a copy of the programme complained of. I put you on notice that under the new rules of discovery I shall apply for specific discovery of your office's correspondence to establish whether and when you took steps, as I requested, to ensure that the unedited tapes were not wiped.

Yours sincerely,

David Irving

The Director-General
BBC Television
201 Wood lane,
London W12 7TS


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