Brought to you courtesy of the British press and broadcast media

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Apologies for the lack of posts from me – I’ve been taking an Easter trip out of the Big Smoke to the provinces, and leaving the blogging to other paintbrush comrades.

It seems like a lot’s been going on in my absence, but the juxtaposition of these major news memes caught my eye today:

Story 1: “We’re so glad that no action has been taken against a civil servant, who broke their code of conduct for political gain“.

Story 2: “A civil servant breaks their code of conduct for political gain? Off with his head!

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4 Responses to “Brought to you courtesy of the British press and broadcast media”

  1. captainjako Says:

    Nationalise the press.

  2. manofkent86 Says:

    Methinks the good Captain has been hanging around with the Cuba Solidarity Campaign again. Next he will be arguing that North Korea is the freest country on Earth.

  3. captainjako Says:

    Oi. That Cuba Solidarity man was very informative, as I remember. He pointed out that we can’t criticise Cuba’s lack of democracy since our own head of state is herself UNELECTED! How do you like them eggs, ye Kentishman?

  4. manofkent86 Says:

    Informative, for sure! Before that meeting I had no idea there were people with such mad views.

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