Constitutional Renewal

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister – in the House of Commons at 12:30 pm on 10th June 2009.

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Photo of Bill Cash Bill Cash Conservative, Stone 12:30 pm, 10th June 2009

Does the Prime Minister recall that he was recently in Normandy? People fought and died in the last war because they wanted to maintain a free democratic system in this country, based on a direct link between Member of Parliament, Government and constituents. They died for a democratic vote. Does he also accept that they did not die for judicial supremacy over and above the parliamentary supremacy that they fought for, regardless of whether decisions are made in our courts or in European courts?

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barbara richards
Posted on 11 Jun 2009 11:12 am (Report this annotation)

People like 83 year old Norman Scarth, for instance, multi medalled hero, human rights anti corruption activist, stood against Tony B Liar in the elections at Sedgefield, was persecuted by Yorkshire Police in his 70's given a prison sentance on a trumped up charge, because old Norman took umbrage to having a man break into his property and try to steal his property, so the brave old 70 something pensioner thumped him, causing slight injury, and got 10 years for it - which is more than the man who raped me got, he was let off scot free!

That sort of war veteran hero, you mean?