Ministry of Justice’s paperwork overdose hits the media

My story Paperwork gone mad at the Ministry of Justice has hit the media today in a nice piece from Matthew Parris in The Times and in a long piece in the Daily Mail. If the latter’s piece sounds rather familiar when you read it, that’d be because the wording bears a remarkable resemblance to the story run on this site. Perhaps next time I should slip in a ficticious name and see what happens 🙂

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  • The ‘esteemed’ gentlemen of the press are not content with acres of churnalism recycling A.P. Press releases and P.R. puff pieces but are increasingly trawling the net for the opinions of bloggers to pass off as their own.

    A sign of the Times I’m afraid. And indeed the Daily Mail. 😀

  • @Mark Pack
    Perhaps you should set up an alliance with Guido – see his open letter to the DM on the 18th 😀

  • go for the fake name: how about Lily Adami (work it out)

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