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nope, sorry. the will of the people don't matter anymore.
we lost our country to our own appointed goons. the goons have control and won't give it up.
soap box? election box? they have not worked for us...
We are already at the jury box for some politicians, so WE ALL KNOW what the next step is right?
The BBC have flagged that our new Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith has decided to throw out all the previous assurances and data protection laws.
FTA: "Anti-terror officers will be exempted from parts of the Data Protection Act to allow them to see the date, time and location of vehicles in real time. They previously had to apply for access on a case-by-case basis. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith blamed the "enduring vehicle-borne terrorist threat to London" for the change."
Still they do promise to play nice:
The scheme will also be reviewed in three months' time after an interim report by Met Commissioner Sir Ian Blair, so the home secretary can be "personally satisfied