I just thought I'd do a quick post to let you know I am busily working away at the desk with a huge sheaf of papers that I'm scanning in and collating to put up on the blog.
I've received a few notes from various people suggesting that there's a somewhat depressed tone to proceedings today. There shouldn't be! I must admit I was suprised to hear from Minister Cowper's office that they look like writing off my report about the BCITF, but beyond that it's been a very positive and progressive day.
The fact that Ms Gillard doesn't answer the questions put to her in the parliament about her very important role in this very important story in the nation's political history speaks volumes. Those who follow the story are capable of drawing an inference from the sidestepping and dissembling. I wouldn't be too worried about the theatrics, that's secondary. Julia Bishop is a very skilled and credible lawyer and I'm sure that having commenced the very reasonable questions about the Prime Minister's conduct she won't let up.
I can tell you that there's a large number of enquiries underway into various aspects of this matter this week. There's no reason for subdued or depressed thoughts - things are progressing and every day we find out more and more about the truth of what went on.
I have great faith that justice will be done!