Tuesday, December 13, 2011

It would appear civil liberties are only for homeowners, according to the Tories

Why is the Government opposing amendments in the House of Lords which would seek to protect homeowners?

Conservatives have led the debate to give people the protection to defend their property and in opposition led the calls to reduce the number of officials who had the right to enter your home without a warrant. So why is the Home Office opposing amendments in the House of Lords which would seek to protect homeowners and implement what was Conservative party policy?

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Correct.

    Tenants are just leeching scum who aren’t prepared to take a stake in society and want hard pressed land owners to allow them to trespass anywhere they like for free. Why on earth should we allow the dregs of society – many of no fixed abode and who pay little or nothing in taxes – to defend themselves? if you think about it, even a burglar has a better moral claim on a tenant’s possessions than the tenant does, who probably just bought his flat screen TV and iPod on a credit card, hoping that the hard pressed bank will let him off the debt [Cont. page 94]

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