» Thursday, July 6, 2006


Asked if the Prime Minister or the Government thought that the content of blogs should be controlled, the PMOS replied that he was not aware of nay proposals for a change of policy regarding blogs.

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  1. "he was not aware of nay proposals for a change of policy regarding blogs."

    Shouldn’t that be they haven’t got a policy yet or am I missing something? Does the government/Labour have a policy regarding blogs and their impact?!

    Comment by leon — 6 Jul 2006 on 6:42 pm | Link
  2. Is the lobby seriously suggesting that we should consider censoring what people say on the Internet, just because none of them has the cojones to mention how many people John Prescott has been shagging, but a couple of prominent blogs are doing so?!

    I despair of this country.

    Comment by Owen Blacker — 7 Jul 2006 on 9:40 am | Link
  3. If the Scottish people really want to break away from England and govern themselves; they should be allowed too.

    But surly they should be aware that it will be the end of national health service and social service benifits.

    Mt Blair is responsible for the break up of Great Britain; that is his legacy.

    Mr Brown is against this because he will be unable to channel the disproportionate amount of money to Scotland which he seems to turn a blind eye to at the moment.

    Comment by Rooster — 16 Jun 2007 on 6:04 pm | Link

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