There is a slight constitutional problem with this suggestion posed by the English Bill of Rights of 1689 which reads:Blair doesn't think due process is needed any more, he doesn't think it's working:
He told BBC News: "You cannot deal with this type of crime by ordinary methods or by ordinary court processes. I genuinely believe that. I have tried it, it doesn't work."Um, Tony? If it's not working, it's your fault! You can't blame the Tories anymore, you can't blame the people you took over from. You've had 8 years to get it to work, that's your job.
So, instead of making the system, as duly constituted in the aftermath of the Glorious Revolution, work, he wants to rip it up and start again. Year Zero anyone?