December 15, 2006

Dig For Victory?

Burying Bad News

The BBC’s Nick Robinson has called it spot on. Yesterday wasn’t a matter of burying bad news. It was:

fly tipping so much that one scarcely knows what to begin with

Let’s consider, as Loyd Grossman would say, the evidence.

  • The 832-page Stevens Report into Princess Diana’s death.
  • Ongoing investigations in Ipswich murder hunt.
  • The closure of 2,500 post offices.
  • The end of the Serious Fraud Squad’s inquiry into BAe and Saudi Arabia
  • Proposals to build four new runways at British airports
  • Discussions about giving prisoners the right to vote
  • Plans to limit the Freedom of Information Act
  • Prime Minister goes to Europe for key summit
  • Oh, and he’s questioned by police for selling honours.

All in all, a busy day’s work.


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