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The blind unleading the deaf

David Blunkett came out on the side of the common man this week, by suggesting that the government should scrap this idiotic ID card idea. Paraphrasing Dave…”What sort of stupid twat thought of this ridiculously expensive and almost certainly unimplementable system? The British public are afraid of this single ‘mythical database’ and we should allay…

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Open Verdict

So what are you, as a juror, supposed to return if you’re not allowed to call the shooting of an innocent electrician ‘unlawful killing’? If you look at the basics of the case, especially from the viewpoint of Jean Charles de Menezes, it is absolutely clear that he was unlawfully killed. Someone, probably several people,…

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