Free information a worse mistake than Iraq war
What does Tony Blair consider his biggest mistake in government? The Iraq war, with its questionable legality, complete lack of post-conflict planning, massive corruption, $400 billion cost, huge death and injury toll, fuelling of anti-Western feeling, manifold side-effects such as persecution of minorities? No, he says his biggest mistake was support for the Freedom of Information Act.
As the information commissioner, Christopher Graham, has now said, "I have no doubt the establishment wishes it could go back to its old ways."blog comments powered by Disqus