Nineteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor,
Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice,
Mr Chris Grayling MP,
5th October 2014,
Dear Lord Chancellor,
Here is the argument we cleverly thought of in the Pontefract bunker when the new Attorney-General joined us last week:
1. It is in the public interest for the Conservative Party to be elected to form the next Government of the United Kingdom.
2. Promising to abolish the Human Rights Act and curtail the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights will help the Conservatives get re-elected.
Ergo: it is in the public interest for human rights in this country to be abandoned.