The case notes from the hearing for 30 former SPCK employees at yesterdays employment tribunal have been posted at the spck/ssg blog.
Matt Wardman has posted on whether Cease and Desist letters are worth the paper they're written on: “Cease and Desist” letters are just like any other letters - they are a collection of statements that are somebody’s opinion, and they may or may not be true. People like writing them because they are a cheap way to get people to comply with demands that may or may not be reasonable
And it sounds like there won't be a 'Sunday programme' item on the SPCK saga now, so that's saved you getting up at 6am on Sabbath. (Except that the Sabbath is Saturday).
Meanwhile if you're still coming down from the adrenaline high that was the LibDem party conference (surely shome mishtake?), Theos have a fascinating analysis (link should work now!)of how much God-talk there is in conference speeches made by party leaders. It's on the rise, apparently - though one question they don't ask is what God thinks of this.....