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Authority vs Power

In the world of politics, having the authority does not necessarily mean you have the power, and having power does not automatically give you the authority, but our lives are governed by those with the power, and most powers in … Continue reading

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Exemption from investigation order 2010

Laid before parliament today is yet another Statutory Instrument – the 239th such order of 2010, laid before parliament on 17th Feb (today, whilst they are on a break until 22nd Feb), due to come into force on 12th March. … Continue reading

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Norfolk loses its County Town

In the rush to enable the national 2 tier local authority system to bring us into line with the rest of the EU, as from April 2011 Norfolk will lose its ancient County Town. Norwich will become a County!! and … Continue reading

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More EU clarity

Here is yet another clarification by Statutory Instrument, a tool used to inject EU law and regulations into UK law without having to bother those overworked MP’s (who are on yet another break) by scrutinising or debating anything in parliament. … Continue reading

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Clarity in the Law

Not only do we have to suffer the indignity of having our laws written in a foreign land, but now they have learned the lessons of history, that to make law unreadable, makes them impossible to follow or fully understand, … Continue reading

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