A possible glimmer of common sense

Many words, paragraphs and indeed articles have been written regarding the status of the Press in Great Britain, and of the sinister (yes, I know) ideas behind the pervert-promoted Impress Regulator and its twisted ideals.

I will not dwell upon the intent behind this preposterous and totally slanted attempt to gag the British Press, but instead rejoice that the majority of Press Publications which have spoken out against both Leveson Two and Section 40 have now been joined by the Guardian with the cutting phrase ‘Impress has distinctly unimpressed, failing to attract any significant national or local news outlets.’

All that is now required is for the Secretary of State to delete Section 40, and the Free Press can relax; well, perhaps just a bit!

1 comment for “A possible glimmer of common sense

  1. mona
    January 12, 2017 at 9:39 am

    As DJT says its not going to happen, section 40 is going to stay, big brother is not going to miss an opportunity to squeeze a little more freedom from society. Whatever next, Brexit was bad enough.

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