Jan 18, 2011

Nadine Dorries and how she uses lies to attack her enemies

I've written before on this blog about how Nadine Dorries has displayed a pattern of "spreading malicious lies and falsehoods about those who dare to confront or oppose her" (source) and to be honest, I did expect the same treatment for daring to expose this. What I did not expect was Dorries stooping so low as to knowingly put my family in danger... and the Conservative Party allowing her to get away with it.

It's a long post, so grab a cup of tea or coffee and strap yourself in:

Proof: Nadine Dorries lies about police investigations

I have since contacted the office of Conservative Party Chairman (Baroness Warsi) about this matter, and their position is they would like to do everything possible to avoid taking a position. I guess with their shaky coalition only just hanging there, they need every Tory MP they've got... even lawmakers who lie about criminal investigations for personal/political gain. Priorities, you understand.

Jan 7, 2011

In which Nadine Dorries calls for "accuracy" and posts personal information on her blog

Nadine Dorries has today posted a 'blog' entry in which she expresses concern "that any story is reported accurately". I personally think accuracy is important and this is just one reason why I write about Nadine Dorries. Nadine's claim to be concerned about accuracy was a little surprising to me, given her previous admissions regarding the veracity of the information posted on her blog.

In her latest post, Dorries has published press statements from herself, from the man she is currently having a romantic relationship with, and from this man's daughter. These press statements include information that I would consider to be private and will not repeat here. Dorries, though, apparently thinks that it is acceptable to publish this information on her blog. This is not the first time I have disagreed with Dorries and I doubt it will be the last.

Edit, 8th January 12:44pm

The CRITique blog has two posts up about Dorries publishing this information on her blog. Here, the author states that "the publication of a third party’s medical condition, if it is without explicit consent, is unlawful" and in this post, they look at the possible consequences.