At the risk of sounding an apologist for Boris Johnson, let’s look at those issues briefly.
NRA chief breaks post-Newtown silence to call for armed guards at schools (Guardian)
Apple have now done this – their UK website has, in the smallest of print, a link labelled “Samsung/Apple UK judgement” leading to this page:
But, finally, I’ve decided to go cold turkey on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme.
Either someone got extremely lucky with an opportunist cybersquat, or they did so with a little inside information. Or else, Mediaspring is fronting the registration for News International.
Screen print after cut, as I suspect this will be amended fairly soon.
However, best director went to David Fincher, for The Social Network, and I think it is almost certain that he will also get the Oscar.
It’s a story I followed 4 years ago, and I am not particularly interested in the rehash of it all – there is nothing really exceptional about her coming back to Britain and it is a bit of a non-story. But I am irritated by the way it is being reported. Practically all of the British media start their articles with words like “Molly Campbell, now known as Misbah Rana”, or “Molly Campbell, who changed her name to Misbah Rana when she went to Pakistan”.
“The CIA has launched a taskforce to assess the impact of 250,000 leaked US diplomatic cables. Its name? WikiLeaks Task Force, or WTF for short.”
“…the first tranche of the forests, if they sell them off, is going to raise a hundred million pounds; that is exactly the amount of money that Defra and the brilliant Caroline Spelman, who is the Secretary of State in charge, gave to an international fund devoted to prevent deforestation.”