"APPG is a Parliamentary body with over sixty members, both Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
You can visit the APPG’s website here"Except you can't as a Virgin Media customer since you get re-directed to a page saying
For information, Virgin Media, your web labyrinth is too tortuous for sentient human beings so I'm letting you know from here.
Sorry, Web Safe has blocked this siteThis site has been blocked by Web Safe because it's listed as having malicious content. It could put your personal and financial information at risk or cause damage to your files.
Find out more about Web Safe Sign in to My Virgin Media to change your Web Safe settings If you don’t think this page should have been blocked, let us know.
Interestingly, when I attempted to post two separate messages on Twitter about this, Twitter blocked me too:
"This request looks like it might be automated. To protect our users from spam and other malicious activity, we can't complete this action right now. Please try again later."My messages:
@virginmedia blocking website of All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition http://www.extraordinaryrendition.org/ Tell Andrew Tyrie MP?"
"Twitter blocked me postingI've made several later attempts to post the message all resulting in the same blocking message - the Twitter bot accusing me of spamming or engaging in malicious activity.
@virginmedia blocking website of All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition http://www.extraordinaryrendition.org/"
Is it possible the APPG website has been compromised and Twitter and Virgin Media are right?
Either way Mr Tyrie, who I heard doing a valiant job of trying to educate some BBC broadcast journalists on extraordinary rendition this evening, should be informed.