Monthly Archives: May 2011

Superinjunctions and Censorship

As the Lord Chief Justice started dealing with the bureaucratic mess that is the legal system – in relation to libel, press freedom and the internet – there was hints that the system is as we always suspected it: an … Continue reading

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Media Bias – Where do the lies stop and where does the truth begin?

What do we think?  We pick up a newspaper and read a journalists views on politics – now we see a statement from the home office.  Here comes some spin on the AV referendum.  And another publicity campaign – this … Continue reading

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UK Statistics authority guilty of war crimes

A tad sensationalist, but not far from the truth. They may plead to be as thick as two short planks and dull as ditchwater (well, we already knew that, didn’t we?) but the UK statistics authority have gotten themselves into … Continue reading

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