Monday, 3 May 2010

Cameron targets 'Big Brother' state

David Cameron will launch a radical programme to slash bureaucracy, reform public services and roll back the "surveillance state" within weeks of the General Election if he wins power on Thursday.

The first legislative programme of a Conservative administration would include a Great Repeal Bill to dismantle Labour's "Big Brother" legislation by scrapping ID cards and home information packs, restoring jury trial in complex cases and abolishing powers of bailiffs and council tax inspectors to enter homes. more...


Big Mango 3 May 2010 at 08:07  

Gord said: "...the sort of stuff you do when you're at a dinner party looking at your policies and writing them on the back of an envelope."

Is he talking about Clegg or Blair?

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