Bad law is political ideology disguised as law. When we see police officers marching with demonstrators, waving political flags and chanting activist slogans, that is bad law.
Bad law is discrimination disguised as equality and human rights. Our Equality Act 2010 is bad law, because it does not treat all people equally and can be interpreted in such a way as to discriminate against people with certain views or beliefs.
Bad law is confusion between what is unlawful and what is lawful. Across our society, political ideas are being imposed on individuals as if the individual has no choice but to obey. Individuals may be punished – often fired from their jobs or “cancelled” – for holding lawful views. The police think they can secretly record an individual on a database for non-criminal behaviour that someone else thinks is “hateful”.
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