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And while New Labour kept labour protections weak whether it's unions or agency workers , they did take action against illegal blacklisting, so they obviously care more about bosses' power over workers than the Tories do. Zaster June 29, at But do you see the significance of the fact that the police action - arrest in one case - did not result in prosecution get that, the police action was futile and also that the police were seriously criticised for taking the action that they did. So, seriously criticised for what they did and no further action taken.
Does that sound even remotely, vaguely like the police actions were approved of? Let me tell a short story that comes from Melbourne Australia. Not all that very long ago maybe around 55 years the right wing conservative government of Victoria was into censorship in a big way. To the point that the police used to attend public performances of plays etc in the hope they would catch a performer saying a naughty word. So I'll repeat that: Anyway, an action was brought against a performance of a certain play sorry, can't remember exactly which one - 55 years is too long a time because, according to the policeman giving evidence in court "the performance was intended to cause sexual arousal".
Upon which the judge said to the policeman" "And what's wrong with that? If your parents hadn't been sexually aroused at some point in time, you would not be standing here before me today. Bingo, end of police enforcement of right wing politically motivated censorship. The man responsible for all that - in case you want to do some fact checking - was Chief Secretary of Victoria, Arthur Rylah. Who once publically stated that he would not let his teenage daughter read Mary McCarthy's The Group.
But fortunately for her, he didn't actually have a teenage daughter she was an adult by then. But he did hs level best to prevent Victorians from reading Lady Chatterley's Lover by ensuring that its entry to and sale in Victoria were banned.
So perhaps you'll understand if I don't get too excited by a teensy bit of political correctness from the Left, compared with the righteous and draconian censorship from the Right. GrueBleen June 30, at We need a different kind of centrism, based on temporary immigration controls, shelf contact min wage, net zero immigration to prevent stealing skilled staff from other countries.
Bob July 01, at The fact that an incompetent attempt to prosecute by the police under the Public Order Act failed is wholly irrelevant to what I am saying. What happened was that a student asked a mounted policeman if his horse was gay. The police tried to prosecute under the POA.
Ergo there is a clear bias in favour of religion. If the police had tried to prosecute someone under the POA for farting too much, they would almost certainly fail.
Ralph Musgrave July 01, at I don't think it's fair to analyse national service as forced labour. In character and purpose it's more like part of the education system and should be analysed as such. Unlike many countries' education systems, however, it holds the promise to throw people from different backgrounds together.
I'm sympathetic to the idea, although maybe not the military slant. Mat July 01, at Stumbling and Mumbling An extremist, not a fanatic. Thanks you for this excellent post. Ralph, Maybe some accuracy in reporting would help. GrueBleen, I don't see the relevance of the fact that the police did the arresting: See section 7 of this Sentencing Council publication here: Ralph, But do you see the significance of the fact that the police action - arrest in one case - did not result in prosecution get that, the police action was futile and also that the police were seriously criticised for taking the action that they did.
GrueBleen, The fact that an incompetent attempt to prosecute by the police under the Public Order Act failed is wholly irrelevant to what I am saying. The power of imprecision Coping with the replicability crisis What short-termism?
Why economists can't forecast.