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  • Holmey June 8, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    “David Cameron has pushed through the change despite opposition from Nick Clegg and Charles Farr, the head of the office of security and counter-terrorism, arguing that such engagement is like “turning to a rightwing fascist party to fight a violent white supremacist movement”.

  • Joe Kane on Facebook June 8, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    Here is Craig Murray at his usual brilliant best –

    “I have now ploughed through all 120 pages odd of the Government’s new Prevent Strategy, which manages to be even more illiberal and more turgid than the original. It claims that the last Prevent Strategy was misguided – but for all the wrong reasons. Rather amusingly, it starts with a message of endorsement from Lord Carlile – who also endorsed the last strategy which it criticises so strongly. The truth is, Carlile will endorse anything for any government which gives him status – he loves status – “It has my considered and strong support” he concludes his endorsement – you have to imagine saying it with marbles in your mouth and a degree of insufferable pomposity – “It has my considered and strong support”- wanker.”

    Prevent: A Totally Illiberal Strategy
    Craig Murray
    08 Jun 2011
    http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2011/06/prevent-a-totally-illiberal-strategy/

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