Oldjohnw wrote:Statutory Instruments are regulations done by ministers. They tend to deal with things such as height of headlamps so that there is common safety throughout Europe, or composition of windscreens or weight of lorries. Pretty important stuff which as Al says, will remain.
We have always made our own laws on the fundamental things. No-one tells us how to run the NHS, or whether to sell off our railways or electricity or go to war. We make our own mistakes.
Yes, precisely. And figures like '60%' are just inflammatory nonsense, a big stick used to bash stupid people with, like £350, million a week saved on the side of a bus. Lies. Basically lying. The time for lies is over. This government has now got to deliver, stop minimising the risks or go. Its really that simple.