It would be prejudicial to the national interest and the conduct of the government’s foreign policy if the English courts were to express opinions on questions of international law concerning the use of force by the United Kingdom and other states which might differ from those expressed by the government and advanced by it in the conduct of international relations.
– Permanent Undersecretary of State Sir Michael Jay, July 1st
As James said, “Come again? Government accountability? Separation of judiciary and executive? Wishy-washy liberal nonsense…”
Or as Michael Jay might have said “The government does what it likes and we do what we’re told”
Will chips in
If there’s any hope for America, it lies in a revolution, and if there’s any hope for a revolution in America, it lies in getting Elvis Presley to become Che Guevara
Phil Ochs, musician, 1940-76