The right to private property is the Englishman’s right to his castle. This looks to me like the point where Labour has overstepped the mark into behaving more like a dictatorship than a democratic government.
I think anybody whose property is seized under this law should go straight to court to see if a judge thinks it should stand.
Representative of Civitas
From Homes of the dead to be seized by the state
June 17, 2006, Daily Mail
[Perhaps Mr. Whelan is using English understatement because in my viewpoint the English politicians started behaving like a dictatorship when they started putting restrictions on firearms. And when they seize the property of the dead, remove the contents, and rent it out for their own gain it’s way past the point of “seeing a judge things it should stand”. It’s time to exercise your right to keep and bear arms. But the people are just now realizing they waited too long to do that. HT to Ry for pointing this out.–Joe]