Comments policy

I’ve set this blog up so that I have to approve the first comment from a poster, but after that any further comments should go through automatically.  This is purely to stop spam and so on: I don’t intend to stop any genuine comments being made, even if I disagree with the content.  I take no responsibility for any comments that get through.

At least, I think that’s how I’ve set it up – I’m not entirely familiar (ha!) with how WordPress works.  Apologies if it doesn’t work properly.

I’m also not entirely familiar with how the law on this sort of thing works: I’m a tax advisor not a lawyer, and although I’ve taken some reasonable care to find out what the position is I won’t pretend to be an expert.  As I understand it I cannot be held liable for comments on the blog if I don’t exercise any editorial control, so I’m trying to keep things as open as I can without being spammed to death.

I reserve the right to change this policy, of course, should it turn out that my approach is inappropriate.

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