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Dorries reacted by declaring me to be a stalker in front of the entire gathering twice before storming out… and neatly avoiding having to answer her constituents on camera as a result.
When smearing me as a stalker, she described hundreds of abusive emails that were never sent and spoke of police investigations that never took place. Since this extraordinary outburst, she has even gone on to publicly liken her position to that of Stephen Timms, as if I am likely to stab the woman! I have no criminal record. For that reason, I cannot trust you or your magazine on any claim where you are the only source.
If your writers are going to distort the truth and tell outright lies and you are going to stand by them, it undermines everything you attempt to achieve with your magazine and everything you claim to stand for.
And do you know what?
This is exactly my beef with Iain Dale, and it always has been. This is the tabloid mentality I campaigned against long before Dale arrived to declare himself the king of bloggers in polls he conducted himself , and it is something I will continue to fight for as long as I am able.
I honestly thought I would be fighting that fight with Private Eye at my back, not stabbing it. The way things are shaping up, the newly sober David Yelland appears more principled than you.
David Yelland! I am shocked and saddened because I genuinely thought you were better than this…. PS — Regardless of the ill will I feel towards you, I know you have suffered broadly similar attacks in your lifetime e. For those who are wondering, I ran into Ian Hislop in Westminster yesterday.
He agreed with me about how unacceptable this situation was… right up until the point where I pointed out how his staff were involved and how much good a simple retraction would do. Not going to happen. Iain Dale lied, Adam Macqueen lied and Nadine Dorries lied, but any attempt to address those lies is then presented as further evidence of stalking.
Witness, for example, Dorries portraying somewhere between 2 and 10 polite emails into hundreds of vile and abusive messages. They are serial liars hiding behind a shared, self-reinforcing lie.
Yes, I have tried backing off. It only made the people attacking me bolder.
They are scum who put me and my family at risk, and their reasons for wanting to silence a left-leaning blogger are pretty easy to guess at. If you want to disprove suggestions that you're a nutjob, I'd suggest this is going the wrong way about it.
As for Iain Dale changing, no, he's always been the same, in my experience. I wouldn't trust him as far as I can throw him, but it doesn't stop me enjoying his company. I am also a reader of Private Eye, and will probabally keep reading, because even though they have fallen down here, it is difficult to find another good report on fleet street itself.
Welcome to Bloggerheads, and thanks for taking the time to comment. And I can't afford to let it lie, especially with people like Dorries out there.
As for enjoyiung Dale's company, I would find it very hard to share the same city block with him after his repeated use of smears and sock-puppeteers to gain political advantage. A hearty welcome to you also. I hear what you're saying, but I've seen worse in the pages of a certain magazine, and I'm just a wee bit upset about being smeared as a stalker capable of stabbing people, apparently.
Personally, I think Hislop would take more offence at the Yelland comment, which I mean sincerely and do not make lightly. It was a childish move that no-one there seems able to explain. Manic Oh, sorry! Reread what I said early and it did seem a bit cold! I just meant there's no real advantage in personal insults as it can draw focus away from the main problem.
I do however sympathise if this a culmination of a long trail of emails. If you wouldn't mind perhaps you could post these, makes judging correspondence more objective. Be careful what you wish for… it's a hell of saga.
Main link follows. I must admit to getting a bit snarky in this post, too something Macqueen took full advantage of, later waving my use of the c-word around, even though he had earlier done the same to me: Hmm after reading through that I've have some advice: List through everyone you have disagreements with, decide whether you feel you can or cannot let any things said stand or not.
Then for any people you think can, email them a polite email asking whether they wouldn't mind leaving things where they are. Then lsit those people who agree not the ones who disagree on your blog, thanking them Its win-win — anyone who is modest enough to forgive you must be a fairly decent sort and anyone who isn't must be rather proud.
Hi TimI think you have every right to feel aggrieved, but I am not sure if calling an opponent a "cockweasel" is the best way of moving forward on this. He was detained under the mental health act in a hospital where he could receive treatment to deal with his behaviour.
Although he was not violent, concerns about "public safety" meant he was also made the subject of a restriction order which says he cannot leave the hospital without the approval of the justice minister - a move more often associated with the most dangerous violent offenders. As a result David, who also has severe learning difficulties, has been locked away in a secure mental hospital for four years.
Everyone involved in his treatment and acre now believes he could safely be cared for in the community with certain conditions, including that he always has an escort. But he cannot get out.
The last mental health tribunal to consider his case ruled that to impose such restrictions would in effect deprive him of his freedom, so he would not really be "discharged" from the mental health orders at all.
This would breach article five of the European Convention on Human Rights, the right to liberty and security, and would "thereby be impermissible in law". As the last stands, David cannot be moved out of the secure mental hospital to a place where he would be happier and better cared for, and where he would pose no risk to anyone, because it is deemed that this would breach his own human rights!
According to Simon Burrows, a Manchester-based barrister, many others are in the same trap. While the doctors' proposals do indeed "restrict" liberty, he says, they do not amount to "deprivation" because David, and others like him, would be able to leave their new homes whenever they wishes, albeit under supervision.
They would be able to go out to different places for treatment, therapy or work and to socialise with others outside the secure environment.