One rule for some; You Say Email:email@example.com.
THE Home Secretary is 100% correct in banning the poppy-burning organisation "Muslims Against Crusades", and in doing so, points out that this is only of many names the same people hide behind to attack our society.
Shouldn't the same rule of law apply to those business men and women, who are brought to book for breaching safety laws, leading to someone being seriously injured or killed, only for them to open up afresh, with a clean slate and nothing more than a slight name change? Or does the closure of this loop-hole' only apply when there is a direct link to national security.
Bernie Hunt, Kensington Fields
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Nov 17, 2011|
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