Law can never be silenced without risk, says William Rees-Mogg

Judges as Monkies

Judges as Monkies

What a brilliant picture to accompany the privacy laws that judges make for their ‘special customers’, such as celebrities or Local Authorities.

But why do Local Authorities try to meet ‘adoption targets‘ and therefore employ Social Workers who’d rather act criminally than protect the children they are supposed to ‘care’ for…

The Rt Hon Lord William Rees-Mogg is an eminent writer and editor, writing a weekly column for The Mail on Sunday.

McKenzie Angel T-shirt Maybe the risk will be that, as McKenzie Angels, we may make a difference? I’ve ordered the T-shirts!

His article on the superinjunctions is ‘nicely critical’…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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One Response to Law can never be silenced without risk, says William Rees-Mogg

  1. Stanley Embling says:

    It’s good to notice that William Rees-Mogg has noticed, (although he doesn’t say such,) that :-The British Justice and those who run and supposed to regulate it, have allowed a once “admired system” to be abused/perverted over the last 20years; therefore it’s now become rotten to the Core in almost all aspects it deals with! And to confirm such I’m just one of many many persons made a Victim from such a rotten system!

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