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Sunday, 1 November 2009

Badman, the surviving messenger

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education has come to the conclusion that Graham Badman probably saved his life by publishing his non-evidence based Report, as scientific experience seems to indicate that if government doesn't like the message from its advisors, it shoots the messenger.

1 comment:

Loubeeloo said...

indeedy... we wouldn't want poor old Badders going down the Dr.Nutt route of having no morally comfortable alternative than to stand up for honesty & risk his career... or even the Dr.David Kelly route & put his ,life on the line for the TRUTH... o no, that would never do.... after "it is important that the governments messages... are clear & as an adviser you do nothing to undermine public understanding of them" (Letter fron Alan Johnson to Prof. Nutt: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/markeaston/2009/10/nutt_gets_the_sack.html)... or else!

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