It's not so much a matter of what is 'right' or 'wrong' behaviour on Wikipedia ("'Fixer" cleans Wiki entries', prweek.com/uk, 10 June). The Wikimedia Foundation and Jimmy Wales have already amply demonstrated that they themselves are dubious caretakers of 'truth' on Wikipedia. What's important for those who have been defamed on Wikipedia is not disclosure, but that you employ the right tactics that won't get you caught by one of the defamers or their Wikipedia admin cronies ...
- Clegg is premature on NHS victory claims
Coming out stating victory on changes to NHS reforms before giving the public a chance to review these important amends seems desperate from Nick Clegg ('Government is "far from out of the woods" over the NHS reforms', prweek.com/uk, 13 June), and smacks of trying to gain public support before any Conservative spin starts ...
- Blackstone was only ever interested in profit
'During Blackstone's ownership, Southern Cross experienced growth and profitability and was healthy at the time of its IPO and was viewed as one of the highest quality operators in the sector,' Blackstone said in a recent defensive statement reported in the FT.
The unanswered question is why Blackstone ('Blackstone Calls For Help From Finsbury In Southern Cross Care Crisis', prweek.com/uk, 9 June) was ever allowed to take control of a big chunk of the UK's care home sector when it clearly had nothing other than short-term profit-taking on its mind.