for wanting to pass a law less-strict in some ways about abortion?
Availability: Under certain conditions
Gestational limit: 24 weeks
Abortion is allowed in England, Wales and Scotland to save a woman's
life, for health, economic or social reasons. Two registered medical
practitioners must certify that the required medical grounds have been
The procedure must be carried out, except in emergency, in a
National Health Service hospital or in a nursing home, private hospital
or other approved place. The consent of the spouse is not a
prerequisite of the medical termination.
And yet more of the result desired by the dirtbags running Fast & Furious:
A high-powered rifle lost in the ATF’s Fast and Furious
controversy was used to kill a Mexican police chief in the state of
Jalisco earlier this year, according to internal Department of Justice
records, suggesting that weapons from the failed gun-tracking operation
have now made it into the hands of violent drug cartels deep inside
This is exactly what the bastards wanted to happen, so they could blame gun owners in the US for all the evils of Mexico and demand more laws.
How about a law that 'Any federal official or LE agent who participates in the intentional violation of law shall serve ten years in prison'?
Yes, let's hear it for (fG)Britain, which we're supposed to love the idea of being like!
Duwayne Brooks has expressed concerns over Scotland Yard’s admission that he
was secretly recorded as part of an alleged police smear campaign against
friends and relatives of Stephen Lawrence, the murdered black teenager.
Yeah, I'd have concerns too.
Mr Grieve said he authorised secret recording of a conversation between his officers, Mr Brooks and his lawyers in May 2000.
He said he deeply regretted “any distress, dismay or alarm that my decisions may have caused” but insisted the decision was made “within ethical frameworks”.
Which is why they've worked so hard to hide it.
Oh, and that wonderful NHS is going broke. Or it already is and they're trying to drag it out.
Speaking of Britain, "IT'S HORRIBLE! It's going to hit 86F FOR THE HIGHS!!"
Son's part of the world has been having what would be considered damn nice weather for this time of year down here: highs in the 70's and 80's, lows 50's & 60's. According to him it's wonderful; lots of the locals are bitching about the heat.
More from across the pond:
A teenage gap-year student was knifed to death in the street in broad
daylight by a "laughing" stranger in Manchester, a jury has heard.
Crump-Raiswell, 18, was heading to look for a job when Imran Hussain,
27, walked up to him and "without warning" stabbed him four times in the chest, Manchester Crown Court was told.
Get the feeling there's going to be more of this kind of thing?
Yeah, it's a Brit news day. In this case, it appears that the Blue Wall stands in Britain, too.
The Scotland Yard marksman found by an official inquiry to have
unlawfully killed a man he shot six times, was dubbed a "serial killer"
by one of his own bosses, the Guardian has learned.
The CPS had previously decided E7 should not face criminal charges,
following an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints
Commission, which the Rodney family described as flawed. The IPCC failed
to uncover crucial evidence discovered by the inquiry undermining E7's
account and leading to Holland's devastating report.
almost never happened. The authorities said crucial evidence concerning
intelligence which led to the police suspecting Rodney and two others,
could not be disclosed.
Conservative MP David Davis said: "There
is also a real question to be raised over why the police sought to have
parts of this inquiry held in secret … [It] is extremely difficult to
judge whether these claims are to protect real intelligence secrets, or
simply to cover up the embarrassment of the organisation concerned."
Three guesses which, Davis.
More on this here and here.
Back over here, how can Kerry damage something he doesn't really have in the first place?
And now, having done some casting earlier, need to do some sorting and QC.