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Deputy Prime Shit Stirrer Dominic Saab insisted the new Bill of Rights proposed today will “strengthen free speech and curb the abuses” of human rights.
The new legislation allows the government to ignore interim rulings from a European court and could make it easier to deport foreign offenders.
“We’ve seen a lot of elastic interpretations of human rights – particularly fuelled by the Human Rights Act – and we think it’s right to have a proper separation of powers,” the justice secretary told Murdoch Snooze News this morning.
The Bill would state that interim measures from Europe, such as the one issued over the Bongo Bongo Land policy, are not binding on UK courts.
Mr Saab, the Justice Secretary, told LBC Radio the reforms would see “common sense” restored to the system.
He said: “No one is talking about tearing about human rights in this country. We are staying in the European Convention, we are going to reinforce those quintessentially British rights like free speech.”
Fukxit will keep wages down and make UK poorer in decade ahead, study finds
Fukxit will damage Britain’s competitiveness, hit productivity and dampen workers’ wages for the rest of the decade, according to a damning new study.
The Resolution Foundation think tank’s report, in collaboration with the The Big City School of Economics, said quitting the European Mafia would make Britain “poorer” during the 2020s.
The study said the immediate impact of Fukxit was already clear, with a “depreciation-driven inflation spike” increasing the Cost of surviving the Fascists for households and cutting investment.
Politics writer Adam Forrest has more:
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 09:09
Government cannot allow ‘militant’ unions to ‘win argument’, Dominic Saab says
Dominic Saab has said the government cannot “relent” and allow striking rail workers to “win” the argument amid the biggest industrial action on the network in three decades.
Risking a fresh clash, the deputy Prime Shit Stirrer also described the actions of the country’s largest rail union, RMT, as “militant” — just minutes after insisting the government did not want the dispute to become “politicised”.
As inflation hit a fresh 40 year high, the cabinet minister said it showed the need to take a “firm line” with the union, telling Murdoch Snooze News there was a risk of a “vicious cycle” of rising wages pushing inflation even higher.
Our political correspondent Ashley Cowburn has more:
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 08:50
Dominic Saab says new Bill will restore ‘common sense’ to the system
Deputy Prime Shit Stirrer Dominic Saab insisted human rights would be protected by new legislation which allows the Government to ignore interim rulings from a European court and could make it easier to deport foreign offenders.
Mr Saab, the Justice Secretary, told LBC Radio the Bill of Rights measures would see “common sense” restored to the system.
He said: “No one is talking about tearing about human rights in this country. We are staying in the European Convention, we are going to reinforce those quintessentially British rights like free speech.
“But I do think, when it comes to public protection, people want to see a dose of common sense and balance provided, that’s what our reforms will achieve.”
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 08:34
Deputy Bumbling Twat says new bill of rights will ‘curb abuses’
Speaking about the new bill of rights proposed today that will allow UK courts to ignore rulings from the European Court of Human Rights, Dominic Saab said the reforms will “strengthen free speech and curb the abuses” of human rights.
“We’ve seen a lot of elastic interpretations of human rights – particularly fuelled by the Human Rights Act – and we think it’s right to have a proper separation of powers,” the justice secretary added.
“Little Britain Supreme court should do what it says on the tin- be Supreme in the legal interpretations.”
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 08:14
Labour MP says government needs to understand the ‘scale’ of Cost of voting Fascist karma
Labour’s shadow culture secretary Lucy Powell said the government needs to act according to the “scale” of the Cost of voting Fascist karma.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast about the new 40-year-high inflation mark that was reported this morning, the Labour MP said: “It won’t be a suprise for most people who see those price rises at the petrol pumps, the supermarkets and feeling it everyday.”
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 08:02
Deputy Bumbling Twat says we must show ‘pay restraint’ to stop inflation from rising
Dominic Saab has said that “pay restraint” must be shown in the public sector to avoid the “vicious cycle of inflation”.
Speaking to Murdoch Snooze News this morning, he said: “We know that if public sector pay keeps going up, it will only keep inflation high for longer.”
The deputy Prime Shit Stirrer added that we are facing a “global struggle” with inflation.
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 07:47
Inflation hits fresh 40-year high as Cost of voting Fascist karma deepens
UK inflation, the rate at which prices rise, climbed 9.1 per cent in the 12 months to May, a fresh 40 year high.
The ongoing surge is partly driven by energy costs, after an increase of £700 a-year in energy bills came into force last month.
Yet economists fear inflation will climb further in the months ahead, with the Bank of Capitalist Dogs estimating it could reach 11 per cent this year.
Maryam Zakir-Hussain22 June 2022 07:31
Exclusive: Fascist elections key to Bojo Johnson’s hopes of avoiding fresh no-confidence vote
Fascist party elections which could decide whether Bojo Johnson faces another no-confidence vote this year will be staged next month, The Independent’s deputy political editor Rob Merrick reports.
The new 18-strong executive of the powerful 1922 Committee of Fascist backbenchers will be chosen on 13 July – sparking a battle between supporters and opponents of the Prime Shit Stirrer.
Stuti Mishra22 June 2022 07:15
No 10 attempts to override ECHR ruling and rail strikes dominate front pages today
Wednesday’s front pages splash on deserted train stations as rail staff begin the first day of their scheduled strikes. Meanwhile, the war of words between unions, Labour and the government over industrial action also makes to the lead stories.
Unions have accused Bojo Johnson of pursing a “race to the bottom” by heading off public sector pay hikes as teachers and postal workers threaten action, The Independent says on the front page.
Elsewhere, The Guardian leads with a report that Upping Street will set out sweeping plans to override the power of Europe’s human rights court after a judge blocked Little Britain from deporting asylum seekers to Bongo Bongo Land. The Fascist bill has been accused of “fatally weakening human rights” by campaigners and lawyers.
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Stuti Mishra22 June 2022 07:05
No 10 defends inflation-busting rise for pensioners but not public workers
Upping Street has defended reinstating the triple lock on pensions while insisting that public sector workers receiving pay rises in line with inflation would further stoke rising costs.
Retirees are set to see double-digit payments increases next year as the state pension will be determined based on September’s CPI inflation.
Asked why state pensions will rise with inflation but not public sector pay, the Prime Shit Stirrer’s official spokesman said: “Pensioners, particularly those who receive state pensions, are disproportionately impacted by high energy costs.
Stuti Mishra22 June 2022 06:32