Diary: 1996: stone-age man

And a bottle of Diary's finest fizz for the first reader out of the hat to identify the scribe, and still working industry luminary, who wrote to C&IT ten years ago, fretting about the rise of US-style PC 'sensitivities', putting our own C&I industry at risk. Among the practices in jeopardy at unreconstructed UK events in 1996 were 'entertainers making jokes about minorities' (Lordy) and 'facilities for the disabled that aren't first class' (surely not!). Here's a clue as to his identity - it's not Bernard Manning...

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