Tuesday, 26 January 2010

4,289 illegal activities + Britain = 12 years of New Labour

Having a very busy day hence will leave the floor to another great blogger, Angus Dei on All Sundry;

Labour has introduced 14,300 new offences since taking office in 1997, with Gordon Brown's administration inventing crimes at a rate of more than one a day.

Thanks to Labour, it is now illegal to swim in the wreck of the Titanic or to sell game birds killed on a Sunday or Christmas Day – eventualities overlooked by previous governments.

Labour has made 4,289 activities illegal since the 1997 election, at a rate of about one a day – twice the speed with which the previous Conservative government created crimes.

Gordon Brown was the worst offender, with his government inventing 33 new crimes a month. Tony Blair's administration made 27 new offences each month.

Some of the more inventive crimes dreamt up by Labour include "disturbing a pack of eggs when directed not to by an authorised officer" and reporting the door of a merchant ship to be closed and locked when it isn't.

Labour also introduced laws against activities which would already have been covered by previous legislation – such as "causing a nuclear explosion."

There is one they have missed-it should be illegal to claim to be a government when it is obviously not.

There is one which they quickly removed when entering parliament; the treason laws. Basically as they are gearing up for election to deliver a heap load of new lies we will be working tirelessly to expose them and all the other shit that they have come out with over the years.


Angus Dei said...

Cheers for the mention:)

13th Spitfire said...

Anytime mate, great blog btw.