Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Investigatory Powers

This time last year, Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell would have voted against the Investigatory Powers Bill even if no one else did.

You won. Act like it.

For all his tweeting, David Davis did not vote against it, either.

Dennis Skinner and David Winnick were the only two Labour MPs to vote against Second Reading.

What, exactly, will it take to for the Official Opposition to vote against Third Reading?

Is this Bill on BBC News at Ten? No, of course not. Instead, we are treated to Prince William and the Elephants.

That sounds like a children's bedtime story. And it is.

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