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This has left his proclamation that he has "zero tolerance" for fakery sounding rather hollow.
Sources say he thinks he can brazen out calls for sackings.
But his position was increasingly shaky as politicians, viewers and even his senior colleagues were baffled by his decision not to make any heads roll.
The independent government body will then decide whether to launch criminal proceedings over the incidents. GMTV has already been fined £2million by the industry regulator Ofcom over the scandal.
ITV, which owns 75 per cent of GMTV, may also face an inquiry after a report revealed this week it taken part in a series of separate deceptions.