It Was The Plan All Along

All the talk of Repeal Bills and scrapping overbearing state intrusion in people’s lives may be new coming from the government, but there is no denying it has been discussed elsewhere for years now. Today is big victory for the Direct Democracy movement and is seemingly lifted straight from Carswell and Hannan’s The Plan. They still think it could be taken further though:

“Why not have Nick Clegg’s version of the Great Repeal Bill on a site like Wikiversity?  The Wikiversity site is free and open and anyone can propose, discuss and debate the issues at hand without moderation.  We have found that but putting trust into the idea of crowd sourcing legislation, consensus has been reached on a number of key areas.”

If you don’t want to register and give the government your postcode and data as some have complained about, head over to Direct Democracy to discuss your ideas.


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Councillor John Thomas, Keith Vaz’s Leicester East Constituency Labour Party Chairman says…

“This is great disappointment to me, realising that I have spent over 30 years of my life working for a party that I now know that I have nothing in common with. This is not the party I joined, the party for decent working people. I can no longer follow the clown that leads the Labour Party, he is heavily influenced by the Trotskyite Len McCluskey and is now as the Hoki Coki leader, in out, and shake it all about he has turned this great party into a laughing stock.”

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