This from Ferrero Rocher...
Good to see nationalised East Coast knows what is, and what is not, appropriate reading for its passengers.
I recall that HRH The Prince of Wales once referred to the rulers of another statist regime as "Dreadful old waxworks".
Are they perhaps related?
UPDATE: This from Steve Strong...
In my humble opinion this is more a matter of good taste.
The hackneyed whinnying and whining from Railway Eye is, in my opinion, the childish... (sadly, owing to pressure of space, we are unable to publish the rest of Mr Strong's email. Ed).
UPDATE: This from those nice people at East Coast...
The Railway Eye blog as a whole can be accessed via East Coast’s on-train Wi-Fi, but in common with other websites, content within the blog which involves streaming video and audio can’t be accessed.
The reason is that streaming audio and video uses a lot of bandwidth, and can significantly reduce the speed at which others can use the Wi-Fi service on-board the train.
This is also why audio/video content on sites such as BBC iPlayer, ITV Player et al cannot be accessed using on-train Wi-Fi.
Hope this helps to explain. (It does, thank you. Ed)