I’m not a football fan but I may well buy the book to support Biteback and spite Schillings.
I shed no tears over Mr Brown’s departure as Prime Minister, nor do I shed any tears over the passing of the New Labour “government”. Mr Brown’s assault on civil liberties and worshipping at the altar of the all knowing database has turned this country into a modern day Stasi state. I will not miss him and I make no apologies for judging him most harshly.
The British Chiropractic Association’s decision to throw in the towel against Simon Singh has continued the debate about the need for libel reform. What the events leading up to this capitulation also show is the increasing resolve and influence of those who are online. The geeks, if you will.
Nick Cohen’s piece on the Guardian website, “Now charlatans will know to beware the geeks” is interesting stuff, telling how the author attended a gathering in support of Simon Singh…
The British Chiropractic Association has thrown in the towel and dropped its case against science writer Simon Singh. This means that Simon has won his case after dedicating two years of his life and over £200,000 to defending his opinions.
News comes this morning of Simon Singh winning his appeal as part of his defence against a libel claim by the British Chiropractic Association.