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ah that man ed who stills asking can he still bring back blair well blairites should have been shown the door as we the 99percent who voye for labour but not if they not listening to us jeff3
This got brought up in Private Eye as an example of how the current libel laws are being manipulated, not just by outside interests using the UK as a playground to bully others, but also how the NHS is in freefall as it uses these same laws to hide a culture of bullying and distancing by middle and upper management rather than fix the problems it has – something which became endemic once Labours PFI deals came in and has worsened under the “we won’t use PFI” Tories.
The whole thing is a shambles and needs to be looked at from the top down, but parties which receive funding from these large groups, financial institutions and similar will not do so as it jeopardises their funding and the chance of non-executive directorships for themselves once they leave office and the even bigger cashing-in begins.
The Truth is Never Libel
Tyranny is Never Freedom and Liberty