Civil contingencies unlikely

If you’re reading this, chances are you already read the Libertarian party blog, but on the off chance you don’t go and read this. A very compelling argument for why the use of the civil contingencies act is most unlikely at this time. I find myself pretty much unable to argue with a single point of it. Most compelling of course is that Gordon Brown has a well proven track record of bottling it. +2-1

And Blunkett makes three.

Following the old maxim of not believing anything until it has been officially denied three times, I think it is safe to now accept that even if we’re not yet a police or surveillance society we’re definitely heading that way at a considerable rate of knots and it’s no longer paranoid to be worried about it. +2-1