The Ministry of Truth
Stephen Glover, in this week's Spectator, writes about Ofcom, the successor of the Independent Television Commission, the Radio Authority, the Broadcasting Standards Commission, Oftel and the Radio Communications Agency:
Ofcom is the brainchild of an interfering and overbearing government. We have never been closer to state control of the press.
Not even during World War II? I wonder.
My knee-jerk response: sounds creepy, but we have the internet, so it probably doesn't matter very much.