Category Archives: law

Schedule 7 and the Security State

Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 (brought in by Tony Blair’s Labour government BEFORE the 9/11 attacks on which the loss of much of our liberties is explained) makes very interesting reading. Paragraph 2 of schedule 7 says that you can be questioned “for the purpose of determining whether [you] appear[s] to be a […]

GCSE results: headteacher attacks Michael Gove over marking butchery | Education | The Guardian

GCSE results: headteacher attacks Michael Gove over marking butchery | Education | The Guardian. ‎ “Grade boundaries can change from exam series to exam series. Decisions on grade boundaries are made after the assessments have been taken, based on all the available evidence. In the summer, more information was available about performance across the qualification […]

The right to chase someone into the street and beat them?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8423043.stm Look, I’ve never been in this position, and I don’t know how I would react if this happened to me, but I’m damn sure that I don’t want to live in a country where people can be chased into the street and beaten by members of the public, no matter what those people have […]