To repeal unnecessary laws brought in by the Labour Government which has created over 4200 new ways to criminalise the population of the United Kingdom
The Labour Government brought in over 4200 new criminal offences during its rein. That is 4200 new way of making us ‘the people’ criminals
The most dangerous and pernicious of Labours new laws which annihilate our civil liberties are:-
The Anti Terrorist Legislation 2000 and TheAnti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 and The Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005 which has been used to terrorize and subdue people who have no connection with terrorism whatsoever. In one case the Anti Terrorism Act was used to arrest of Maureen Spalek for “sending her child a birthday card”
The Proceeds of Crime act 2002 et seq which destroys the lives of business people if a client is less than honest by making them culpable for client’s dishonesty and allows police to seize anyone’s assets on mere suspicion that a crime may have been committed. In one case allowed the seizure of thousands of documents on ‘arms to Iraq’ by the police preventing them from being submitted to the Iraq Inquiry.
Twenty more ludicrous activities outlawed by Labour
Nuclear Explosions(Prohibition and Inspections) Act 1998
Causing a nuclear explosion.
Scallop Fishing Order2004
If a boat breaches the restrictions in articles 3, 4 or 5, the master, owner and charterer are each guilty of an offence.
Measuring Instruments(Automatic Rail-weighbridges) Regulations 2006
A person shall be guilty of an offence if he uses for trade an automatic rail-weighbridge to which there is affixed a disqualification sticker.
Scotland Act 1998(Border Rivers) Order 1999
Unauthorised fishing in the Lower Esk.
Apple and Pear Orchard Grubbing Up Regulations 1998
Any person who (a) intentionally obstructs an authorised person in the exercise of the powers conferred on him by regulation 10 above, or a person accompanying him and acting under his instructions or (b) without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with a requirement under regulation 10 above, shall be guilty of an offence.
Protection of Wrecks(RMS Titanic) Order 2003
A person shall not enter the hull of the Titanic without permission from the Secretary of State.
Merchant Shipping(Crew Accommodation) Regulations 1997
Failure to provide adequate facilities for crew members.
A person commits an offence if he provides air traffic services in respect of a managed area.
Polish Potatoes(Notification) (England) Order 2004
No person shall, in the course of business, import into England potatoes which he knows to be or has reasonable cause to suspect to be Polish potatoes.
Learning and Skills Act2000
Obstructing an inspection by the Adult Learning Inspectorate.
Care Standards Act2000
Obstructing the work of the Children's Commissioner for Wales.
Vehicles (Crime) Act2001
Knowingly etc selling plates which are not vehicle registration plates.
London Underground(East London Line Extension) (No 2) Order 2001
Any person who, without reasonable excuse, obstructs any person acting under the authority of the Company in setting out the lines of the scheduled works, or in constructing any authorised work or who interferes with, moves or removes any apparatus belonging to any such person shall be guilty of an offence.
Assaulting and obstructing court security officers.
Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act2005
Part seven of the Act created offences of failing to nominate a key-holder where an audible intruder alarm is present.
Merchant Shipping(Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002
If any officer appointed in accordance with regulation 30(1) reports to the master or other officer in charge of the bridge a door to be closed and locked when it is not in fact closed and locked he shall be guilty of an offence.
Bus Lane Contraventions(Penalty Charges, Adjudication and Enforcement) (England) Regulations 2005
Failing without reasonable excuse to attend a hearing held by an adjudicator, or to produce any document to an adjudicator.
Vehicle Excise Duty(Immobilisation, Removal and Disposal of Vehicles) Regulations 1997
Failure to rigorously separate the accounts of ground-handling activities from the accounts of other activities in accordance with current commercial practice.
Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act2006
In relation to certain invasive non-native species such as the grey squirrel, ruddy duck or Japanese knotweed, selling any animal or plant, or eggs or seeds.