Browsing the responses to phase 2 of Ofcom’s Second Public Service Broadcasting Review, I clicked through to read the contribution from POBAL - a local umbrella organisation for the Irish language community.
Update - 5pm - It's now been fixed and the proper response from POBAL published in place of the menu. However, it does raise
an interesting a naughty question in my mind. If someone was to send in a surreal response to a consultation - a drawing, or something written in crayon - would it have to be published alongside the more sensible contributions. And who regulates common sense? (Perhaps topical in light of the IWF's recent decision and U-turn.)
Though in the interests of spending taxpayers money wisely, and not frustrating the nice people at Ofcom, I want to make clear that I'm not suggesting that anyone tries out an overly creative response to any of their future consultations!