To avoid totally any criticism that the BBP would wish to obstruct free speech (however poorly annunciated perhaps) we have removed the comments pertaining to an individual who took part in the previous LDNPA procedure - although perhaps the name is not his correct title, but its the one we were told was used.
I did enjoy the irony in free speech being compromised in the interests of free speech but, of course, that's not quite how it goes. Back in the HLF days a couple of individuals bugged the life out of the lottery-flops wanting copies of this document and that report, most of which contained commercially-sensitive information that may have adversely affected the tendering process so before anything could be released it had to pass under the noses of, and be signed off by about a dozen individuals and organisations. All this achieved - because it served no worthwhile agenda - was to make work for everyone and breed a deep dislike of the nuisances in all concerned.
The nuisances, meanwhile, read their flowery letters from the lottery-flops and never realised that they were regarded by both camps as a monumental pain in the arse.
I'm only a plumber from Cannock...
This is not put on as a public entertainment... it's put on to reach a certain goal.