Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Gordon Brown is right: Alistair Darling should not resign!

Because it turns out that the decision to send all the sensitive data in the post, far more than the National Audit Office actually wanted was made in March when Alistair Darling was not Chancellor. Clearly the chancellor at the time should go as he can't run a whelk stall. One Gordon Brown.

Apparently a senior business manager decided that filtering out the sensitive data was too "burdensome". He needs to go as well.

Mean while, after the horse has bolted Gordon Brown has ordered a review into data security.

The BBC has this.

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