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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Lord Sugar was forced to remove a Twitter message during one of the parliamentary expenses trials earlier this year, which speculated that a peer would be cleared because he was a Tory, it was revealed on Thursday.
High court judge Mr Justice Saunders ordered the businessman and host of The Apprentice to take down the posting on the social media service, fearing it could unfairly influence jurors.
Saunders referred the matter to the attorney general, Dominic Grieve, who has the power to bring contempt of court charges against individuals or organisations if he believes there is a threat that the outcome of a trial could be …