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Times readers offered the Sir Paul Stephenson treatment at Champneys

by | 20th, February 2013

TIMES readers got an offer for a Champneys Detox Spa Event on February 26, 2013.

Are you feeling frazzled, tired, sluggish or bloated after Christmas? Join us for a detox party at Champneys Day Spas in Bath, Brighton, Chichester, Guildford, Enfield, St Albans and Tunbridge Wells.

If that wasn’t enough, there’s more:

Free Room Upgrade at Champneys

Times+ members can book the nightly rate at one of the luxurious Champneys resorts and enjoy a complimentary room upgrade and a free Thalassotherapy pool treatment.

Readers may recall that back in July 2011, the Times reported:

Met boss took £12,000 freebie – Sir Paul Stephenson accepted luxury hospitality at a hotel linked to Neil Wallis, a suspect in the Met’s phone hacking inquiry…

The Metropolitan police commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, and his wife spent 20 nights with full board at Champneys in Tring, Hertfordshire, as he recuperated from hospital treatment earlier this year.  The revelation is especially embarrassing because the Champneys PR representative was Neil Wallis, a key suspect in the Met’s phone hacking inquiry. He was arrested last Thursday.

Wallis, a former deputy editor of the News of the World known as the “Wolfman”, has also worked for the Met as Stephenson’s PR adviser.

Stephenson resigned. Times readers can still benefit…

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