From today's Downing Street press briefing [from Downing Street Says]:
Asked if the Prime Minister or the Government thought that the content of blogs should be controlled, the PMOS replied that he was not aware of nay proposals for a change of policy regarding blogs.
If 'nay' isn't a typo, that's a half-Scottish double negative, meaning the PMOS knows the policy's about to change. If it is a typo (for 'any'), it means that, as a commentator on DSS says, the government has a policy but they haven't yet told us what it is. Maybe it's their policy to read them, or to ignore them, or to draft legislation to outlaw them - whatever, I think we should be told.