Hi... would I censor :)
A quick look at
s confirms the thread is still up on the list.
Neither Andy B or I would be so Orwellian.
I guess the deleted thread is on the TES site and they are worried <my
assumption> about legal implications?
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What I was saying earlier on oligopolies, exam boards and the cure being
more information applies, ......someone or body using their market power
perhaps to restrict information.
- the removal of a thread on a list received by only by 250 and read by
fewer doesn't on the face of it look like a threat to world democracy. But a
point of principal applies so I'll fight the battle when its a small one
rather than wait until its a big one.
What happened? Richard.....
On a different point - I now pay for my own EBEA subs so am more interested
where the money goes. Summer issue of journal hasn't arrived. Why? What
happened at the last meeting - was it quorate?
I am also a member of the RES - £46 - 9 journals a year. EBEA 3 - discuss.