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Informers and benefit fraud: a personal view by Dr Sean Gabb

13 February, 2010

Cross-posted from the Libertarian Alliance Blog. Free Life Commentary, A Personal View from The Director of the Libertarian Alliance Issue Number 189 9th February 2010 Linking url: http://www.seangabb.co.uk/flcomm/flc189.htm Informers and Benefit Fraud: A Libertarian View By Sean Gabb I have just been sent one of the most disgusting newspaper articles I have seen this year. […]

Individual liberty is stolen by the State

7 June, 2009

Will they ever give up? Sir David Pepper who spent 5 years running the GCHQ listening centre told the BBC that lives would be at risk if the state could not track communications. It is people like him and politicians unwilling or incapable of asking questions that have allowed us to be one of the […]

Electoral reform and Liberty please

27 May, 2009

There is much politicing about electoral reform and returning power back to the people. We want less talk, more action and, whilst the main parties are fighting to gain our attention, they need to be reminded that over the past 12 years, New Labour have introduced more laws than all of the previous parliaments combined. Many of […]

STATEBOOK … A new personal data-sharing resource for (no … about) the busy, compliant New British citizen

20 April, 2009

David Davis I am indebted to The Blog Of Kev for this highly humorous and chilling reminder about the ongoing covert presence of our masters and their datamining apparatchiks. There is really nothing more to add. Except to the list of “agencies” that can get it. If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing […]

ONSET: Government tool for profiling children and this is not discriminatory?

25 March, 2009

Power to the People What a pity that there has been so little publicity and therefore outrage at this Governments introduction of a new child profiling tool called ONSET, which will profile our children to determine whether they are likely to become a young offender. This Government has spent an inordinate amount of time, effort […]

LibDems launch Freedom Act to address Police state

27 February, 2009

Power to the People Finally, one of the major political parties has come out and made a clear and unequivocal statement in favour of returning power to the people. The LibDems have promised to repeal the series of authoritarian measures introduced by New Labour, which has lead, to put it in their words, to the […]