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interpret the law the same way the French do

Comment 3rd July 2010

The British appear to interpret the Civil Liberties Law to the letter, with no variations.

Our European neighbours however interpret it to the good of their own country, this is how we should look at it. If it is not good for the country then do not accept it in its entirety but only as it is good for us.

Why does this matter?

Because I feel the Civil Liberties and the Human Rights of the ordinary people are being eroded by red tape and the interpretation of these laws for the benefit of the minority and illegal immigrants, who, by the very title, are in the country illegally and should not be covered by these laws.


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