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Who's Law is it anyway?

Discussion in 'World affairs' started by Vladd67, Sep 2, 2007.

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    Vladd67

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    dormouse

    dormouse oft mistaken for a witch

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    Who's law?
    Nowadays mostly the EU.
    Or other foreign bodies.
    But not ours.
     
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    Vladd67

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    Love the avatar dormouse
     
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    dormouse

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    Thank you kind sir - trust you to get the point!
     
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    Rosemary

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    We don't have the EU Treaty here and yet our judicial system are still letting criminals walk free after very little time served, due to the parole system and the 'model' prisoner excuses.
    Personally I think the laws in Singapore are about the best in the world, although some think they are too harsh.
     
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    Overread

    Overread Direwolf of the chrons

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    The problem in the UK is that with out gaols being full this policy is just what some ministers will want to lower the overcrowding. Thats the problem with the nanny state - it nitpicks at little problems and is afraid to confront the larger ones.
     
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