Monday, 24 May 2010

H&F Council propaganda attacked in Telegraph

Andrew Gilligan has joined the massed ranks of those appalled by how our Council is using our money to produce propaganda dressed as a newspaper. Like those Conservative MPs and others who have fiercely criticised this practice Andrew Gilligan is hardly someone that can be regarded as a pro-Labour stooge.

Yet he describes H&F News as "a particularly subtle and pernicious propaganda organ" and says these "newspapers are part of the giant official PR and marketing apparatus that has grown up to spin us. They cannot die soon enough".

Hear hear. The Goldhawk Block Inquiry opens this week. I thought I'd mention it again because it doesn't get a mention in this weeks H&F News. They must have run out of space again.

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