Ship shop - Arms Deal boats a bargain sale


Ship shop - Arms Deal boats a bargain sale

Opponents of the Protection of State Information Bill seemed agreed on one thing:  while there is a need for secrecy legislation – state security, defence, and all that – what the government has come up with goes way beyond what's required: it lends itself to abuse, and it will clearly be used to cover up corruption.

For what, in heaven’s name, does a country that’s an intelligence-free zone and a military no-hoper need secrecy legislation?

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