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Editor’s blog Thursday 23 September 2010: Unison's 'hokey-cokey' legal challenge to the White Paper

The interweb is a wonderful thing - sometimes - but this story on BBC News has changed rather radically in the past half-hour.

Originally, it reported Unison as having claimed they had won the right to a judicial review of the White Paper.

In its current iteration, it withdraws that claim.

Unison's legal challenge could thus be compared to the SAS - skilled in getting in and out with as few people as possible noticing.

Their actual press release is more circumspect in its claim that they have won the right to a hearing.

A hearing of a legal case is not a judicial review.