AMP is Google's attempt to re-fight the transcoding wars of the early 2000s .
It is actively dangerous to the web ecosystem, helps disseminate propaganda , and is disliked by many users .
If, like me, you made the mistake of trying out AMP on your website - you're in a tricky position if you try to remove it. Google doesn't like anything leaving its clutches.
After a few weeks of AMP, I decided that it wasn't suitable for me. So I uninstalled the WordPress plugin. That's when the problems started.
When someone searches for my site on mobile, they still get presented with an AMP link:
Which leads to an error page:
No matter, they can click through to the real page, right?