Suzy if you're reading this you have our total support and hope that whatever is going on in your life isn't negative or unresolvable. I know you couldn't answer this question but are you under some sort of injuction or super injunction? If you are a good contact would be Private Eye, they've been investigating these injunctions for a while especially ones involving Judge Eady (that's from memory, I think that's his name).
Good luck and I hope you continue posting here, Katie
Other than an update on the fulfilment of outstanding requests submitted to Imperial College, London, for information under the FOI Act, no further material will be posted on ME agenda site from today, 15 February.
This site will continue to exist as an archive but no new material will be added.
I shall continue to maintain Read ME UK Events as an archive of the April 2008 RSM CFS Conference and associated protests.
I shall continue to maintain Twenty-six soldiers of lead for selected articles.
I shall continue to maintain and develop Dx Revision Watch for the purpose for which it was created.
I should like to make it clear that I am under no pressure from any individual, organisation or agency to close this site. This is personal decision in response to the accumulation of a number of issues that have affected myself and some other UK ME advocates since 2003, and not in response to any one particular issue.
I would like to thank all those who have been supportive of this site since its inception in June 2007.
Thank you guys for your kindness and concern, but I am fine.
This was an entirely personal decision in response to a lot of stuff that I'd really prefer not to discuss on a public board. But I can assure you that there has been no pressure from any source.
Pancake Day, I had forgotten. I have one petrified lemon that has languished at the bottom of the fruit bowl for more weeks than I care to count - so that's no good, and no plain flour. Eat an extra one for me.
A couple of years ago, in response to a series of letters on the letters page of a UK national from readers who kept vegetables far longer than they deserved, I had a brief letter published about the "Venerable Swede" that had been living for several months in my fridge.
A few days later, a UK national radio programme which had a weekly spot for "The Biggest Waste of Printing Ink Letter to the Editor of the Week" awarded first place to my letter and the two presenters had a jolly good snigger about it. I don't think they got the joke.
Anyhoo, worry not - I'm fine.
My other sites, including Dx Revision Watch remain active - though they won't be carrying the type or quantity of material that ME agenda carries.
I had got very good Google page rank for ME agenda site. If the web crawlers visit and find no new material they will stop visiting the site and the page rank will suffer.
There is not much point keeping archives if the links for material are on Google page four and not Google page one, so what I will be doing is posting links on ME agenda to new material as it is added to Dx Revision Watch which will redirect visitors to Dx Revision Watch but keep ME agenda site "active" for the web crawlers.