Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Westminster Lawmakers Know a Bad Law When They see One

When it comes to the legality of the Independence referendum, the law-makers at Westminster might know what they are talking about. Considering the amount of times that the UK Government ends up having its ‘considered’ interpretation of the law ruled illegal by the High Court in England, they more than anyone, must have some idea of what constitutes a piece of dodgy legislation when they see it.

This is only my opinion and it should not be construed as the de facto ability of London based civil servants to know what they’re talking about.