Woo, an early day motion with nine signatures.
This is pointless non news, early day motions rarely go anywhere.
Wake me up when it's been agreed to have the debate, which will not happen any time soon.
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That is all.
Someone in the home office must have been aware of the EU directives on this, and knew that the UK gov hadn't implemented them. So the government advised BT and Phorm that they had no intention of implementing a law that would see them prosecuted.
My prediction is that the case will be dropped. My take on "if a prosecution would be in the public interest" is whether it is worth the publics money to fight BTs expensive lawyers.
This whole affair is a big pile of FAIL.
Good to see the CPS have plenty of time to bring this non-case to court, yet they can't even decide if it's in the publics interest to bring Phorm and BT to court for real crimes. How long have they been reviewing the evidence in that case? 1 and a half years? One dumb rule for the man on teh street and another for corporate entities.
Player 1 = fail
Player 2 = fail government
player 3 = I WANT TO KILL PLAYER 1
player 2 = we'll give him if you promise to tickle him and not KILL HIM
player 3 = we'll only "tickle" him, just hand him over.
player 2 = ok, that sounds reasonable, here you go.
player 1 = player 2 - I don't trust player 3
player 2 = be quiet player 1, player 3 is my bestest friend
player 3 = hello little man, welcome to MY WORLD
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