"The Official Secrets Act is not to protect secrets, it is to protect officials."
I can understand why he brought up the UK. After all, we in the UK don't have any of those pesky free speech laws that are so inconvenient for civil servants of all stripes.
We put the controversial bit in the title, so we don't have to deal with it in the text....
Over in the US, you have a wonderful document, remarkibly clear of legalese that made waves when it was orignially written, and is still an inspiration to people all over the world now.
I Wish my own country (The UK) had such a clear and concise document as opposed to an "Unwritten constitution" which appears to mean "Whatever the ruling class feel like at the time"
So, i'm wondering.
Is the US Constitution not studied in US schools?
This doesnt even seem to pass the laugh test.
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