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The detachment from reality of Lib-Dem leader Nick Clegg is manifest in these words spoken this afternoon;

“Let me say something really clear about the Human Rights Act,’ he said. ‘In fact I’ll do it in words of one syllable: It is here to stay.’

More than can be said about the Liberal-Democrats in Government – the sooner they are OUT the better.  I believe that the Human Rights Act is destroying British law and perverting the very concept of justice – all in the name of fairness.

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  1. I was at conference and found the mood to be reasonably upbeat. Both the Cable and Clegg speeches were sombre on the economy but necessarily so. No one is under any illusion about how tough the next few years are going to be. However we are now in government and implementing Liberal Democrat policies in a coalition which seems to be working well.

    I disagree with you on the Human Rights Act. We had a case a few years ago here in Gloucestershire were an elderly couple successfully used the Human Rights Act to stop their local council from splitting them up and sending them to separate nursing homes. This is what the act is there for. Needless to say cases like this are hardly ever reported in the press.

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