Parliamentary privilege

Date: Monday, May 30th, 2011 08:55 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
A perfectly good point against those who suggest that judges shouldn't have a say because they are un-elected.

Fortunately, a) that is not what most people are doing and b) the law says that they can't gag parliament.

And additionally, yes, legally they can interpret the law but i) it is pathetic that judges should attempt to use an injunction to disguise their own judgments and ii) they are, simply, mis-interpreting the Human Rights Act.

I say 'they', but we all know that I mean Justice Eadie.
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