Now this really is getting highly surreal and amusing at the same time. On the one hand, Labour Party people, such as John Prescott are complaining about a breach of confidentiality by the National Bullying Helpline, and then others, such as Gordon brown's PPS are demanding the helpline prove its statements, thus breaching confidentiality further.

Dizzy Thinks 22/02/2010

summarising the Gordon Brown bullying debacle

Category: Making Headlines, Number 10

Tags: Dizzy Thinks, Government, Making Headlines, Media, Number 10

I think it was a legitimate comment and I mean Twitter is edgy and you know it provokes debate. It looks on this occasion that as if it has caused a serious problem and we need to go back and look at that.

David Wright MP 16/02/2010

on his "scum-sucking pig" Twitter post

Category: Insulting Conservatives, Labour Party, Making Headlines, Member of Parliament (role of)

Tags: David Wright MP, Insulting Conservatives, Insults, Labour Party, Making Headlines, Media, Member of Parliament (role of), Parliament, Political Parties

Every sane and sensible and quiet thing we do is absolutely ignored by the press.

Bertrand Russell 1959

Category: Making Headlines

Tags: Bertrand Russell, Making Headlines, Media

It is better to be making the news than taking it.

Winston Churchill

A good put down to journalists

Category: Making Headlines

Tags: Making Headlines, Media, Winston Churchill

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I don't recognise the term 'bog standard'but what I do recognise is the critical importance of honesty about what some children, in some schools have had to put up with over the years, and the need to do something about it.

David Blunkett

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