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Time for Legal Action

August 27, 2004
Given that there is now a campaign on the move to impeach Tony Blair, it brings to mind another form of legal action I believe we should take.

If I were to hire a builder to build an extension to the house, and they failed to deliver on their task, I would never think twice about taking legal action. Simply because the builder has not delivered on promises and Trading Standards would be involved in some form.

Now extend this to our other employees. People whose salaries we pay. People who are employed to serve us. People known as MPs. When the mainstream political parties publish their manifestos, promises are made. Promises to deliver in certain areas. And based on these descriptions of services, or improvements to services, we elect the candidates for these parties to parliament. They have taken money from us, yet fail to deliver their services. And when they fail to deliver should we not be taking them to court?

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