Justice Minister: ‘will go to prison’ to oppose prisoner votes if necessary.

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Can anyone else see A Big Cock?

Politicians with an eye on newspaper headlines are appalled by yet another European Court of Human Rights ruling today, that the UK breached prisoners’ rights by unlawfully refusing to give them the vote.

“Sod them,” said Minister of Justice, Chris Grayling in a typical outburst that has seen him labelled thoughtful and honest by no one ever. “We’re removing health benefits from prisoners’ families next.”

“Anyway, I’ve read somewhere in the constitution we can remove any rights we want, from anybody we don’t like. What, we don’t have a written constitution? Maybe it was the Daily Mail then but if we did have one, that bit would be in it. FACT.”
Grayling explained prisoners have often breached previous orders of the court. “No one is above the law, no one should ignore court rulings and if they repeatedly do so they’ll end up in prison.”
“I’m prepared to go to prison to defend that principle. But not for longer than a year or I’d be disqualified as an MP. That wouldn’t be fair.”

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