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Chris Huhne

Asked if the Prime Minister had spoken to Chris Huhne about the allegations against him and if it was the case that the Energy Secretary should step aside, the PMS said that he did not normally go into detail about conversations the Prime Minister had with Cabinet members. The position was as set out on Monday: Chris Huhne had denied all allegations and welcomed a police investigation.

Asked if the Prime Minister had full confidence in Chris Huhne, the PMS said yes.

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  1. To Honourable Elected Members of Parliament,

    I would like to comment on today’s revelations in the press regarding
    comments from today’s long awaited enquiry into injunctions.

    It is the right of the people in the United Kingdom to speak with
    members of parliament freely and without fear of any Judicial
    dictatorship preventing this from happening.

    As an elected member of Parliament Parliamentary privilege is a right
    of elected members of parliament to disclose to parliament any
    miscarriages of justice or any wrongdoings you see fit to bring to
    parliaments attention, again without fear.

    It has been reported a member of parliament may be in contempt of
    court for doing so. I am aghast at the thought of selected Judges
    running the United Kingdom and bypassing elected members who are
    serving the people, it,s bad enough when this happens to
    whisleblowers, you may think as a member of parliament there are laws
    for protection of whistleblowers,

    Well think again a judge without evidence and listening to evidence
    from only one party can make a decision in secret to place an
    injunction against the whistleblower.

    I place a scenario to you! consider more options. there are many available.

    A lawyer asks a judge in secret chambers etc he says he has a client who
    has broken the law ( murder for example ), ( or take your pick on anything
    that a client has done which is illegal, ) and the lawyer wants an
    injunction to prevent anyone finding out about his clients law breaking!!!

    Normal people would say a judge wont give out an injunction, but how
    do you know?

    Consider any Judge is elected into position to uphold the law without
    favour and make judgement open justice, this is for a reason,

    Without transparency a judge could have already granted such an
    injunction as above protecting a person who has committed murder, I
    can suggest this as injunctions are everywhere now.”

    Well what about corporates who break the law and hide behind Hyper
    injunctions, without police and regulators having access to
    investigate wrongdoings the judiciary are now involved in a conspiracy
    with the corporate to cloak events , these judges should be brought to
    account by parliament, no corporate power should hide behind

    As members of parliament you are one of 650 who hold the balance of
    democracy in this country, we have the right to speak with members of
    parliament without fear, and members of parliament have the right to
    free speech without fear in parliament.

    I ask you all to rise up and protect our freedom, demand The Prime
    Minister to act. Do not let the Judiciary wipe out centuries of
    parliamentary and peoples rights.

    I declare I have a vested interest in this topic but for the moment
    can not say what.

    kind regards

    Brian Bradford

    Comment by Brian Bradford — 21 May 2011 on 12:03 am | Link

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