Try saying that 10 times while pissed as a hippie at a whale de-beaching.
The Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform has decided not to appeal a legal ruling that it must release information on secret meetings between ministers, civil servants and lobbyists at the Confederation of British Industry. The Department had until this Friday to take the Information Tribunal ruling to the …
"We wouldn't get away with half this shit if the public knew what we were up to." ... By Steve
Posted Wednesday 28th May 2008 15:46 GMT
QuITe so, Steve. And the danger they face is that better informed speculation will sink them without a trace being either left or necessary. Secrecy never did anything other than keep dirty little secrets, hidden to rot away at the heart of any issue.
Does this mean we can expect similar disclosures of the closed, unminuted meetings of the Common Purpose organisation?
This is the government run "charity" of which £100m taxpayer money has been spent on subtley brainwashing the young to believe the EU is a good thing whilst simultaneously supressing any public objection. Both Gordon Brown and David Cameron are members, and Tony Blair is the current head.
If there's a Common Purpose graduate at El Reg, then this post will be censored too... in the public interest of course.
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