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March 21, 2007

Freedom of Information

It's only for those people who don't know how to use it, not for the professionals you know:

Freedom of information is mainly for the public and not the press, the Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer will say today.

"People not the press must be the priority. There is a right to know, not a right to tell," he is set to say. In delivering the Lord Williams of Mostyn memorial lecture, Lord Falconer also insists the Government is fully committed to openness.

Couldn't have people who actually know how to go digging for information making use of it now, could we?

Lord these people are scum.

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Indeed, scum. And yet, somehow, simultaneously dregs.

Posted by: Pete in Dunbar | Mar 21, 2007 9:04:13 AM

Like turds, really, Pete. Might float, might sink.

Posted by: dearieme | Mar 21, 2007 12:26:53 PM