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Monday, 22 December 2008

Vyv, Eat the Telly - Fishburn Hedges are Reading!

PR harlots Fishburn Hedges, purveyors of some of TV Licensing's biggest ever porkies, are feverishly reading this blog as they sit working out the next way of defending the indefensible.

I see they took a keen interest in my recent article about the BBC erasing 90% of TV licence related FOI requests from their website.

I wonder what story they're going to concoct to wriggle out of that one. Human error? They're all in the database (somewhere)?

Call me cynical.

My observations have been passed to Alex Singleton at the Daily Telegraph.

TVL: Prepare for more incoming fire.

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