[diggers350] Council Tax: a precedent is set, Bankers tricks
ilyan.thomas at virgin.net
Sat May 29 01:01:03 BST 2010
Does it take the Higher Judges to set a precedent? Collectively,
might they be known as the Law Lords? I was told that Thomas v
Sawkins was decided by the Lords, and that set a precedent that the
Police had a right to enter but it did not make it a Duty to enter
Blackshirt meetings to prevent hecklers getting a good beating.
On 28/05/2010 08:22, Dave S wrote:
> Unfortunately, from what I read on the TPUC forums about a 9 months
> ago, much of the posting you linked to is bunk.
> For starters, a letter from a council - and even a magistrate's
> decision - does not a legal precedent set. Only a judge can set a
> legal precedent as far as I'm aware, though feel free to correct me if
> I'm wrong. Whatever happened in this one guy's case doesn't make much
> difference to the rest of us.
> There is quite a lot of interesting stuff on that TPUC site, but I
> fear there's also a lot of misleading twaddle, and it seems to take
> several days research to be able to tell the difference due to the
> seeming lack of quality control and the site's apparent love of
> overhyping all these "revelations" in order to have things screaming
> from their homepage like some kind of tabloid paper.
> I also dislike the highly reactionary tone of just about everything
> that gets posted there about immigrants - as in "blaming them for
> everything that is wrong with the world" - it reads like the Daily
> Fail for goodness sake!
> In fact, I stopped reading it for precisely that reason (although I do
> occasionally pop back from time to time).
> On 27 May 2010 12:33, mrzouk8 <mrzouk8 at yahoo.com
> <mailto:mrzouk8 at yahoo.com>> wrote:
> WIRRAL COUNCIL – Admits that Council Tax is Unlawful and Sets a
> Legal Precedent.
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