Saturday, January 27, 2007

Home Office's novel news management strategy

You have to wonder just what is going on in the Home Office these days. Well perhaps they are trying a novel news management strategy. Keep the bad news stories flowing so thick and fast that the seriousness of the last one is lost as people move on to discuss today's latest blunder.

The latest one we have is the failure of the passport agency to do anything to stop convicted drug traffickers from traveling, after a court has made an order that they can't.

Apparently most are still in prison, or at least are supposed to be, while 15 need to be tracked down.


The BBC has this here.

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