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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Nanny's Word Police Expunge Words Again! II

I stand corrected!

This just in from Citizens Advice:

"Thank you for your email.

Citizens Advice hasn't actually banned the word Blacklisting, nor do we have any intention of doing so.

We are currently speaking to the Mail about the article which originally appeared in their publication.

With regards,

Advice Policy Officer

Citizens Advice

Oddly though, I read it in The Telegraph.

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  1. Oh....That's alright then!!

    As far as I am concerned, CAB is still one of Nanny's little helpers.

  2. Its seems that this story, started by the Daily Mail, is bollocks.

    Trouble is, these days its so believeable.

    And now the CAB have been given the idea, they will probably do it anyway.

  3. I have asked CAB to send me a link to the Mail's retraction, if they print one...let's see what happens.

  4. Basil Brush12:53 PM

    You will be blocklisted from their mailing list boom boom!

  5. You actually believed a story in the Daily Mail??? Now, that's a story in itself!

  6. Very amusing Tyson:)

    However, I read it in the Telegraph.

  7. Julius Caesar3:15 PM

    Of course, there is no possibility that yesterday's report WAS in fact correct and the CRB, having bitten off more than they can chew in terms of adverse publicity, are now trying to wriggle out of the mess they themselves have made?
    If they don't know the difference between the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph, what does it say about their advice?

  8. What IS the difference between the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph?

  9. Anonymous1:28 AM

    Is there not a vogue to forbid something eg photographing police - then to deny it is forbidden. and then carry on forbidding it.

  10. "What IS the difference between the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph?"

    About 1,400,000 readers