Wednesday, June 28, 2006

English justice is dying under Labour

You can now be extradited to foreign country's without there representatives having to prove you have a case to answer and even when the offence occurred in UK jurisdiction. ( see previous post on this subject and links to Boris Johnson's campaign here ).

See the article on the Nat West Three in today's Daily Telegraph.

Similar legislation exists within the EU and soon they soon will attempt to remove our national veto on more areas of justice. England will suffer most from this as our legal system has evolved - rather than been imposed by Napoleonic dictatorship.

This is grim stuff - what do you think Mr Cameron ? We know Mr Blair doesn't care much for English justice, wanting it rebalanced. ( Is this an odd coincidence - making changes - just before the European Union demands the same thing? )


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