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In place of parliament

Parliamentary democracy? Soooo mid-twentieth-century. Who needs MPs to say what the people think, when we can read their emails, intercept their phone calls, track their movements, and analyse what they read, watch and listen to?

Statewatch and the Transnational Insitute have published a report NeoConOpticon

Up next Mourning parliamentary democracy “Graham Allen MP”, writes Anthony Barnett at OurKingdom, “has tried harder, with more patience and less thanks, to get Labour to embrace genuine Sooo mid-twentieth-century Parliamentary democracy? Sooo mid-twentieth-century. Who needs MPs to say what the people think when we can read their emails, intercept their phone
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