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How to get a scandal out of the Post Office scandal. By President Sunak.


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It is obviously very good to hear that anyone innocent of any wrongdoing will finally be exonerated in the not too distant future, but this has to be done via the legal system. The PTB must be salivating at the prospect of President Sunak passing an Act of parliament, so as to bypass the courts, which sets a parliamentary precedent for future abuse of the legal system. When you hear the phrase 'constitutional leap into the dark', then you just know the people are going to get screwed again.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-67940193

 

'Can scheme to quash Post Office convictions work?'

 

'It will be some weeks before the legislation is presented to Parliament, but we have a pretty clear idea of what the headlines translate to - and why, on a much deeper level, it represents a constitutional leap into the dark, albeit for a noble cause.'

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This really should not be happening. The goal for the PTB is to make the U.K. just like the U.S., in terms of our prime minister (President soon) having executive power. Though some may not see it right now, this is a stepping stone in that direction.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-68369015

 

'Post Office scandal victims set to be cleared by new law.'

 

Mr Hollinrake added that he recognised the "constitutional sensitivity" of the planned legislation, but added it did not set a precedent for the future relationship between the government, Parliament and the judiciary. "The scale and circumstances of this prosecutorial misconduct demands an exceptional response," he said. (Yeah, right.)

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14 hours ago, numnuts said:

This really should not be happening. The goal for the PTB is to make the U.K. just like the U.S., in terms of our prime minister (President soon) having executive power. Though some may not see it right now, this is a stepping stone in that direction.

Shouldn't it be Dictator sunak? The bar steward was never elected, never given any kind of power or permission by the people, yet here he is passing the most insanely radical laws and mandates in uk history. Well...Luckily it will be the ( ahem ) elections soon and the evil bar steward will be gone, and then another evil bar steward can start shitting all over us ... I can just see the stupid baaing and trotting sheep who will be lining up with the stoopid mouths wide open

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