Posts of the week, including new defence agreements with France

The post I found most interesting to write:

The Phil Woolas judgement: Arthur Balfour was right
The election offence for which Phil Woolas’s election was overturned is, deliberately and rightly, drawn narrowly and precisely … The law has been in place for 115 years. That Phil Woolas is one of only a very small number to fall foul of it shows not that the law is too broad but that his behaviour was so awful.
Read the full post here.

And the post I found most interesting to read:

The Entente 2010 – What does it mean & whither will it lead?
France and Britain have concluded a set of new Defence agreements that will see the countries work more closely together, but what will be the result? … Significantly, one area that does not feature at all is intelligence gathering. There is specific mention of cooperation in the areas of satellite communications, cyber-security and counter-terrorism, but nothing on broader intelligence gathering apparatus.
Read the full post from Jedibeeftrix here.

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