» Friday, January 19, 2007

Big Brother

Put that the Chancellor in India had urged people to "vote for tolerance" by voting out Jade Goody, and was that an opinion shared by No10, the PMOS replied that he had said all he had to say on the subject of Big Brother this week. If people remembered yesterday, the PMOS had said that we took the issue of any perception of racism very seriously, which was why we wanted the message to go out loud and clear. There was also, however, a process for complaint, and given that process and OFCOM’s role in that, it was wrong for the Prime Minister to become more involved in that. It was for other people to express their views, and that was perfectly proper, but for the Prime Minister, it was right that we left it to OFCOM.

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  1. Jade Goody would be a better PM than Tony Blair:

    <a href="http://www.politics.co.uk/news/party-politics/party-political-funding/blair-aide-arrested-in-honours-row-$463813.htm">http://www.politics.co.uk/news/party-politics/party-political-funding/blair-aide-arrested-in-honours-row-$463813.htm</a&gt;

    Comment by Rula Lenska — 19 Jan 2007 on 9:59 pm | Link
  2. All of us knew the rest on the contestants will be all of the similar as they experienced accomplished the week prior to.

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