No-one in their right mind could now possibly want to do business with the USA. Ian Norris, the 67-year-old retired chief executive of Morgan Crucible, is fighting a request by America who want to charge him with obstructing justice. Britain’s top court dismissed an appeal on Wednesday. His lawyers said the extradition arrangements between the … Continue reading Another Briton betrayed by Labour extradition treaty with USA
I only discovered this chap, hence his sorry story, because he started to follow me on Twatter. I give you Brian Howes (follow Brian on Twatter…) Couple faces extradition over chemical sales US jail threat to Scots family By Craig Robertson A SCOTS mum facing extradition to the US still doesn’t know when her fate … Continue reading Another victim of our terrifying extradition treaty with the USA…
I’ve been meaning to write a comprehensive post on the powers over matters of justice that we have handed over to the EU, including the European Arrest Warrant. Well, I say comprehensive, but I’m not a lawyer. I was just going to borrow extensively from excellent law blogger ObiterJ. For a decent insight, read his … Continue reading Sold out to the over-reaching EU. Again.
Sterling took another beating today on the back of collapsing exports. Ratings agency Fitch described UK PLC’s credit profile as ‘deteriorated’. Business and the markets have given their judgement on the consequences of a hung parliament – or worse a Labour victory. As it is, there has been zero growth in GDP over the last … Continue reading Nonsense, vacuity, ephemera, distractions, windmills and straw men
Via IanPJ, head of the Libertarian Party UK, comes this document from the Convention on Modern Liberty, entitled ‘The Abolition of Freedom Act 2009’. This is further to the epic post Ian made last year in response to renowned berkinald Tom Harris: Let me quote from the 2006/2007 report by Privacy International just to jog … Continue reading Catalogue of liberties lost