In a surprise move today, Home Secretary Theresa May has repealed The Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005.
She told reporters that we really couldn’t go on with an Act which had been rushed in just 18 days and certain measures contravened human rights such as the range of restrictions that could be imposed, the use of closed proceedings and hearing secret evidence against the detainee.
She went on to say that the Act had cost taxpayers billions of pounds in fancy uniforms and weapons for the Police, the military driving around in tanks in our streets and concrete bollards everywhere would not be sustainable…
When challenged about the security of the nation and the fight against terrorism, Theresa May responded “the fight against terrorism continues on every front as the sentence in Woolwich Crown Court proves and we are determined to continue that fight. The evidence strongly suggests that Muslims will not go into a drinking establishment as it’s against their religion so with immediate affect every public building in this country will be given a Drinking License! That’ll show them!”