UK Government Seeks to Exploit Woolwich Murder for Crackdown on our Last Remaining Rights

Posted: June 1, 2013 in Not Music

Scriptonite Daily

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The so called War in Terror throughout the first decade of the 21st century didn’t end terrorism.  It did however, bring an end to centuries of hard won civil liberties.  This was achieved by making people more afraid of isolated instances of murder, than constant abuses of power by the state. Now, the government is seeking to use the death of Drummer Lee Rigby to drive through a snooper’s charter to allow our internet communications to be monitored by the state and security forces.

The Snooper’s Charter

 LR4

The Communications Data Bill was vetoed by Nick Clegg earlier this month on the grounds that it was a step too far and failed to balance security concerns with the need to protect civil liberties.  However, in the wake of the murder of off duty soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich last week, the government is seeking to resurrect the bill

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