Thursday, May 04, 2006

Indy: Bonfire of the Liberties

Not often I post from work, but today is an exception. 70p of your hard earned will get you a copy of The Independent, which has a special feature on this Govt, and especially Charles Clarke's attacks on the basic freedoms that make this country what it is.

Especially good is Shami Chakrabati Home Office offers too much politics, not enough policies, a break down of the knee jerk nature of the response and a summary of the important freedoms we've either lost are are likely to lose.

The Indy's online version is both crap and subject to subscription fees after a short period of time, so buying the actual paper is a good thing.
Right, lunchbreak over

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