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According to Joshua Rozenburg, this is the reason Green was arrested:

It seems clear to me that this was to allow the police to search his various homes and offices. Section 32(2) of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 allows the police to search not only an arrested person but also “any premises in which he was when arrested or immediately before he was arrested for evidence relating to the offence for which he has been arrested” — although there are limits to this power.

The police are not allowed in the Palace of Westminster without the express permission of the Serjeant at Arms. This is a post which has been traditionally given to a military man. If you are a Labour supporter, you will need to be told that this is because military men can NOT be pushed around by the police, who have no right to be in our Parliament.

Labour decided to appoint a woman. Of course they did. I remember the glee of the Toynbees of this world at the opening up of the old boy network to an, er, old girl. Someone who used to work as a civil servant in the Department for ‘Education’ and ‘Skills’, and for an advertising agency. Can anyone see what the problem is?

Once again Labour have shown themselves to be childish hooligans with no respect for the traditions of centuries which ARE THERE FOR A REASON.

The serjeant at arms has allowed the police to SHAKE DOWN the office of an MP, and to rifle through the PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE OF HIS CONSTITUENTS.

She must resign. Now. And never again shall a non-military man be appointed to this job. The Speaker too must go. He had the authority to block the police and he didn’t do so. Labour are a disgrace. As Cromwell said, “You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately … Depart, I say; and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!”

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But it is hard to avoid the impression that it was meant to be a warning to others. If there are others, perhaps in the Treasury, they may sleep a little less comfortably tonight.

This charming little sentence comes from the pen of Comrade Webster in the Times, a man who couldn’t find his arse without Peter Mandelson to help him. It is a frank admission that Brown’s government have arrested an opposition MP in order to warn off those who leak information embarrassing to the government. Just read that sentence again. What on earth are they thinking?

The unelected, pathological liar we have been saddled with as PM by the Labour Party, who won 36% of the vote at the last election, and 22.5% of the electorate, has way overstepped the line. Smith, Home Secretary, must resign, and if Brown knew, he must go.

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