Friday, 9 July 2010

Coalition scorecard - update

+1 ... Scrapping the police's power to stop and search without suspicion (1)
OVERALL: 3/10 - A nudge up towards respectability, as the coalition's Not Insane attitude towards civil liberties is again evident. disappointing to see Labour immediately jump to the defense of the arbitrary and draconian powers it gave the police.
1 - "Anti-terror stop and search powers to be scrapped," by Alan Travis. Published in The Guardian, 8th of July, 2010. (http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2010/jul/08/anti-terror-stop-and-search-scrapped)

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