The Professors passion for "The Science of Deceit" started here...

Employed by the Ministry (in a covert capacity) to help introduce the law ending dishonest politics, you can see his hand all over the posts of past.

Current political circumstances have forced him to reveal himself and as we speak, MPs are signing up to re-introduce The Elected Representatives (Prohibition of Deception) Bill for debate with over 80,000 voters supporting them.

Posts before Jan '08 are purely for the record (with hindsight they make fascinating reading). Posts after May 13th mark the Professor's return.

Meet the Professor

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Iris gets through to Gordon

Friend of the Ministry, Iris Andrews gets through to Gordon - a bit on the manufactured side but a decent result none the less for environmentalists.

Monday, September 21, 2009

A little off topic...

It seems the English Defence League (sort of like the BNP but nicer) haven't quite got the hang of the interweb highway thingy - nor the keywords and tags which automated advertising uses to place adverts on it's site. Of course, there's always the possibility it's readers are lonely single white males looking for love. Bless 'em.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Bradshaw again

Ben Bradshaw is catching our eye once again - he was one of the more vociferous MPs post-expenses scandal promising "the end of self regulation" with the Independent Parliamentary Statutory Authority Act.

No doubt he didn't quite notice his government didn't deliver and has moved on to having a go at the BBC's governing body with this stunning statement...

"Although the Trust has performed better than its predecessor, I don't think it is a sustainable model in the long term," said Mr Bradshaw, who formerly worked for the Corporation as a journalist. "I know of no other area of public life where – as is the case with the Trust – the same body is both regulator and cheerleader."
Errrr... "no other body in public life" ??? How about Parliament.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Duncan Gone - Professor denies all responsibility

We've been asked before to release the full un-edited version of Alan Duncan's interview with the Professor. Wild accusations have also been made over his "highly controversial" interview techniques and the Professor's rebuttal has been on the public record for some time now.

We'd like to categorically state neither Mr Cameron, any member of Parliament, the Government or the authorities have had sight of the full interview or a transcript. The brief excerpt to be found in the trailer may or may not be indicative of it's contents.

The fact that the Ministry is currently investigating the criminal justice system and Mr Duncan's re-positioning to shadow Prisons Minister is purely coincidental.

'Nuff said.

Friday, September 04, 2009

Apologies due

There's been a distinct lack of posting this week. Fear not, the Professor and the Ministry are alive and well but currently immersed in an investigation of the Criminal Justice system - call it a little something to keep restless minds occupied until our friends in Westminster return from their summer recess.

We're pleased to report the Elected Representatives (Prohibition of Deception) Bill is still in the hands of one of the three main (regrettably un-mentionable) parties for tweaking. We're led to believe if all goes well they'll be putting their weight behind it in due course - especially in the run up to the election.

The next couple of weeks will see intermittent posting before normal service is resumed.