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14 February 2012

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  1. ‘Militant secularisation’ taking hold of British society, says Lady Warsi | World news | The Guardian

    When an absence of something — a null-state, no religion, an appreciation of the world as it actually is — is branded as “militant secularisation”, you’re being a little crazy. I wouldn’t say you were a “religious extremist” but, well, you know.

  2. Trevor Kavanagh learns a hard lesson about human rights and due process « Richard Wilson’s blog

    This is what I thought (only written much better) when I read about Trevor Kavanagh’s whining about the arrests of Sun journalists this morning. Live by the sword… (via @matlock)

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  • philgyford’s avatar

    @AnnieFeighery I almost never watch live TV these days, and half of that time it's the commercial-free BBC, so it's not too bad :)

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    Editing all the adverts out of TV shows/movies before watching gives me much pleasure.

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    IANAL

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    @csi_popmusic Is it “you will not receive any payment for your work”? Oh, sorry, the first sentence, yes.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @wonderlandblog @mildlydiverting You said “very odd” but, yes, that doesn’t necessarily mean “bad” either. Standing down :)

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    @mildlydiverting @wonderlandblog I thought the same thing, but managed to resist tweeting while still morning-grumpy :)

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    @schulze Have they started swearing yet?