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Date: Monday 19th November 2012
HOME Secretary Teresa May was rightly angered when immigration judges upheld a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights that preacher of hate Abu Qatada cannot be deported to face trial on terror charges in his home country of Jordan and must be released from his British prison.
Date: Monday 29th October 2012
PERHAPS the country is not as hard up as we all have been led to believe. And while our esteemed Chancellor of the Exchequer tries to save his pennies by buying second class and then sneaking off into first class, austerity does not appear to matter when it comes to the redrawing of electoral boundaries and the forthcoming election of police commissioners.
Date: Monday 22nd October 2012
HEARING justice minister Chris Grayling’s speech to the Tory Party conference about the amount of force one is allowed to use in defence of one’s home against intruders, I was reminded of that priceless Tony Hancock sketch about the threatening letters.
Date: Tuesday 12th June 2012
THE BBC has been rightly criticised for its coverage of the royal pageant on the Thames to mark the Queen’s jubilee. It was trite, uninformed and frankly dull. The program seemed to be more Blue Peter and CBeebies than something worthy of the occasion.