Policy Exchange drops the ball and plays the man

Posted by Tim Ireland at 14 December 2007

Category: The War on Stupid

This entry was posted on
Friday, December 14th, 2007
at
3:17 pm and is filed
under The War on Stupid.

Hey-ho.

I’m currently shaking off my share of the winter vomiting virus and waiting for the police to make up their minds (according to Royal Mail, my form arrived yesterday).

Meanwhile, a great story about Policy Exchange is developing, with follow-ups over at Obsolete, Rolled-up Trousers, Big Sticks and Small Carrots, Rhetorically Speaking, Harry’s Place, Ministry of Truth and Bartholomew’s Notes on Religion.

UPDATE – I invite you to watch and decide for yourself; report and interview.

UPDATE (16 Dec) – It’s Sunday, and I’m still laughing about this pathetic comeback:

Jeremy Paxman: It didn’t strike you as the slightest bit odd that there should have been at least 5 of these receipts produced on inkjet printers rather than the sort of receipts you would expect to find?

Dean Godson: Since when is there anything in Sharia law about receipts not being produced on inkjet printers by mosques?

(Psst! BBC! Can we please have regular transcripts from Newsnight? Ta.)








Sorry, comments are closed for this item.

  • External Channels

  • Page 3 Politics

    Page 3: a short history

  • Main

  • Archives

  • Categories

  • Twitter

  • The Cautionary Campfire Songbook

    The Cautionary Campfire Songbook

  • Badges + Buttons

    religion