Brisbane Times/Bloomberg | The McAlpine PR performance was a masterful slight of hand.
McLibel 2.0 – Why Did ITV Hand Over 125K for ‘Schofield’s List’ and Can You Sue 10,000 Twitter Users?
Peter Sterry | The establishment don’t like, and never have liked, the horrid internet, because of what it represents – an affordable, endless community of open source networks and information.
Lord McAlpine, the former Conservative Party treasurer wrongly named as a paedophile by people on Twitter, has made a formal complaint to Scotland Yard By Steven Swinford This morning the peer asked police to investigate potentially thousands of people who used the website to make “malicious communications” against him but have failed to apologise. The […]
21st Century Wire says: Too scared to Tweet for fear of another McLibel? First the license paying public get slapped with a snap payout to McAlpine – even though the BBC never actually libeled the man – so what is the technical basis for the payout again? Will we ever know? Tip of the cap, eh. […]
BEN FELLOWS: TORY GAME OF THRONES – KENNETH CLARKE INTRODUCED NICK BOLES AT BILDERBERG – IS HE THE NEXT TORY PARTY LEADER?
Ben Fellows 21st Century Wire Guest Columnist Here’s how it’s played out: David Cameron got ‘carried away’ with ‘fluffy’ issues after becoming Tory leader, neglecting voters’ key concerns, one of his closest advisers said last night after getting the phone call from his Bilderberg masters. It might be a surprise to members of the public […]
21WIRE | Tories are being accused in paedophile and gay scandals and Cameron is feeling the heat.
Cameron: ‘It’s a gay witchhunt!’ after Philip Schofield ambushes PM on live TV with list of alleged Tory Paedos found online
Prime Minister stunned by This Morning presenter who hands him card with names he found after a ‘cursory glance’ at the internet. No. 10 condemned the ‘trial by Twitter’ saying those named on the list will want to defend themselves Mr Cameron accused the ITV programme of fuelling a ‘witch-hunt, particularly against people who are […]
Peter Sterry | Besides giving awards to Jimmy Savile, what do the BBC and the Vatican have in common?