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All constructive comments are welcome, whether you’re a member of the union or not. And especially if you disagree with something you’ve read on here either by me or else by another commentator – that’s, partly at least, the point!

The site does believe in fostering useful debate. But all comments are moderated. You do have to submit your name and your e-mail address (the latter won’t be published) before you can comment. And, in a policy of glasnost in the blogosphere, real names are encouraged: we’re all grown-ups.

Any comments that you make on the blog are in a personal capacity and do not commit any company or organisation with which you may be associated.

Do note that the site has an active policy of not feeding the trolls, so if I think your presence here is simply to troll, or to flame, you’re wasting your time as your comments simply won’t get past me in the first place, let alone be allowed to annoy anyone else. You will have noted that I’m the arbiter of that.

Neither will abusive, silly or off-topic comments on posts make it past me and the site deploys the expected trade union standards of protection for the rights and dignity of minority groups.

Thanks for visiting and let the discussion commence!


Written by Calvin

19/05/2009 at 6:38 pm

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  1. Not all of us would be happy about using our real names though 😦 sad as it may be until Blue state digital offer me my dream job 🙂 I have to keep some aspects of my online life separate.


    02/06/2009 at 8:09 pm

    • Fair enough, Peppone. I think ‘encouraged’ is the key word here. I want the blog to encourage openness, hence the phraseology, but genuine reasons for online secrecy will be respected!


      02/06/2009 at 11:11 pm

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