Blunkett's Spitzel Plans
Times Online - Newspaper Edition reports:
MINISTERS are frantically attempting to devise a quick fix to delay enforcement of the hunt ban to prevent widespread civil disobedience in the countryside before the general election.
David Blunkett, the Home Secretary, said yesterday that a delay was desirable for police to gather intelligence on potential hunt rebels and he had voted for a delay to allow time for "intelligence-based policing" to be developed.
Special Branch officers around the country have been attempting to recruit informants from pro-hunt organisations and hunt staff who are prepared to give police regular tip-offs about illegal hunts and any other acts of civil disobedience.
So nuLabour turn the country into a network of furtive sneaks and jobsworths - so much for building trust in the community.
Let me save them some time - I will be breaking the law - don't know when, don't know where, but I'm sure the Jack Russels will continue to turn a deaf ear when I ask them not chase the cuddly furry-wurries...