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    Secret justice looks set to be a regular feature of British courts and tribunals when the intelligence services want to protect their sources of information.

    Civil courts, immigration panels and even coroner’s inquests would go into secret session if the Government rules that hearing evidence in public could be a threat to national security.

    The proposals, which run counter to a centuries-old British tradition of open justice, were introduced to a sparsely attended House of Commons yesterday by the Justice Secretary, Ken Clarke – and met almost no opposition. The planned changes to the British justice system follow lobbying of the Government by the CIA.

    Civil rights groups warned a serious potential threat to individual liberty lurked behind the all-party consensus.




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    No America, just no. That goes against the very democracy you claim to cherish. Bugger off and let us run our own affairs please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albion View Post
    No America, just no. That goes against the very democracy you claim to cherish. Bugger off and let us run our own affairs please.
    For that to happen, I think we need a new government/political party that will firmly withdraw us from the shackles of American Imperialism.

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