Publish and be damned

It’s early days with this story, but you have to admire Louise Mensch’s (MP) method of dealing with questions from an investigative journalist.  

Faced with an email alleging details of taking drugs and other misdemeanours in a previous career, she has simply admitted them and published the correspondence for all to see  – the journalist must really hate her.

As ever, if you‘ve nothing to hide, transparency is everything and if you have something to hide, transparency is even more important. It will come out in the end so you might as well control the when and the where.

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