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 State Sponsored Criminality - Legalised
Topic Originator: londonparsfan  
Date:   Fri 16 Oct 19:00

Like me you probably thought a headline like this would apply to some tinpot country with a dictator looking to weaponsie the State for their own objectives and you'd be absolutely correct as that is exactly what the UK has voted to do:



Fortunately instead of killing or raping someone on behalf of a Government agency actually being considered illegal (in the same way it is for us mere mortals), there will be a code of conduct to make sure nothing untoward happens so we should all be OK.

Labour abstaining shows the direction they're heading back to.

Shameful but ultimately what we collectively voted to do to ourselves.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/chis-bill-mp-vote-undercover-agent-ban-murder-torture-rape-spy-cops-b1050124.html

Edited to add a non clicky link.

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 Re: State Sponsored Criminality - Legalised
Topic Originator: Andrew283  
Date:   Fri 16 Oct 20:55

At this point Labour should just rebrand as the Abstination party. Pile of absolute shoitebags

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 Re: State Sponsored Criminality - Legalised
Topic Originator: dander par  
Date:   Fri 16 Oct 21:20

They are all in this together. We the people have to stand up or were royally fecked

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 Re: State Sponsored Criminality - Legalised
Topic Originator: donj  
Date:   Fri 16 Oct 21:25

Have they ever actually voted on anything apart from the Smith Commission report and voting there against every teeny thing for Scotland.

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 Re: State Sponsored Criminality - Legalised
Topic Originator: sammer  
Date:   Fri 16 Oct 23:48

Starmer is shaping up to be Blair Mark 2. The armed forces immunity from being prosecuted for torture could prove useful if he ever ends up in 10 Downing Street and invades some country to prove his patriotic credentials.

The move to condone illegal acts for MI5/6 operatives- purely when acting for a greater good of course- is poorly timed given that the UK government has been outraged at Russia’s alleged poisoning of Navalny.

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 Re: State Sponsored Criminality - Legalised
Topic Originator: red-star-par  
Date:   Fri 16 Oct 23:57

Labour abstaining on key votes like this, is why I will never vote for them again. I voted for them every time for about 15 years but its a waste of a vote now. They are not really an opposition party. It exposes how we don't really have a choice who is going to form the UK Government. It's a pretence
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