Sunday, 28 October 2007

Straw the Madam

In the Observer, Henry Porter is sceptical about Brown's proposals to increase our rights and freedoms.
Putting Jack Straw in charge of the consultation process on a bill of rights is like turning over a campaign against prostitution to the head of an escort agency. Such a man can only see a bill of rights as political tool and a way of further entrenching the powers of government and the executive.

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