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Asked about attacking judges, the PMOS said that there were issues around where it was perfectly proper that they were debated. The Home Secretary was perfectly right to articulate concerns. Equally, however, we were proud of having an independent judiciary, which was not afraid to speak its mind. Given that, however, you had to accept that there would be proper debate over issues as there should be in a democracy.

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  1. "independent judiciary"


    "in a democracy"

    Um, yeah, right…!

    Comment by SmokeNMirrors — 20 Jun 2006 on 11:30 pm | Link

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