Wednesday, November 02, 2005


Charles Clarke is being harried it seems:
Home Secretary Charles Clarke has moved to head off a further revolt over new anti-terror laws after the government's majority was cut to just one vote.
Although they're all still pretty much fixated on the 90 days internment (not that such measures are right). Also:
Earlier, 33 Labour MPs rebelled against the government over plans for a new offence of indirect incitement or glorification of terrorism.
Which is always nice. They want more appropriate measures:
But critics tried to force changes so people could be prosecuted only if they intended to incite terror.
Which is suppose is better, but still doesn't address the problematic definition of terrorism.

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