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  • The Sad State of UK Civil Liberties

    Posted by Jonathan on December 22nd, 2004 (All posts by )

    Perry de Havilland has had enough.

     

    2 Responses to “The Sad State of UK Civil Liberties”

    1. PeterUK Says:

      There is also this,
      http://www.statewatch.org/news/2004/jan/12uk-civil-contingencies-bill-revised.htm
      some of us have been trying to put this kind of thing before the American public,there is a downside to Blair.
      ID cards
      EU Constitution
      Civil Contigencies Act
      The voiding of our Common Law.
      Very nice of Tony to liberate Iraq whilst we are being enslaved.

    2. Captain Mojo Says:

      The situation in Brittania looks increasingly grim, with the Conservatives jumping into support ID cards and the Lib-Dems and Labour seemingly ready to jump into bed with whatever skanky crack-whoreish constitutional change Brussels throws at ‘em.

      I know the US has its own problem with statists trying enact nefarious legislation, but the CCA makes the Patriot Act look like the ACLU charter.

      I hope to hell my distant cousins over there can straighten things out, but its not looking good…