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Welcome to the all new Bishop Hill blog.

Over on the right you'll see a link to a project I've called Leviathan. The idea is to document the full scope of Government in the UK by means of a sort of a biography of each department. As I go along I hope to document what they've all been getting up to and what they've been wasting all our money on. I'll also pass on any gossip I can find. I will probably pinch all the best stuff from people like Wat Tyler.

Now the scope of the project is huge. In fact I'm pretty sure it's too big for me and I'll probably get bored of it, but there's no harm in trying. And it could be fun, especially if my first department is anything to go by.

It's the story of how a "special friend" of Peter Mandelson's called James got appointed to a committee. The committee created a new department, and appointed James to head it up. On a salary of £150,000 a year.


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You've really gotten some comments here. I wish I had time to read them all.
My view is that no matter what they find - it will be a hacker.
If it is a whistleblower, then the person(s) receiving the information will be charged for hacking (theft). IInformation theft can be done via keystrokes, or it can be done having the aid of someone inside. The result is the same: illegal access to information.
If I were Jeff Id, I'd get good legal council just in case. Poor guy had the misfortune of breaking the big news.
I would have done the same though.

Jan 9, 2010 at 10:19 AM | Unregistered CommenterP Gosselin

How did my comment end up here?

Jan 9, 2010 at 10:20 AM | Unregistered CommenterP Gosselin

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