It's still behind a paywall for me. Anyway, seeing as how the vast majority of terrorist attacks in Britain have been committed by citizens of this country, I'm not sure that confirming that people like them are unwelcome and, what is more, those alreay here are expected to adhere to a new exclusionary definition of Britishness is going to help.
The interesting thing to me is how the Tories respond. The sensible thing to do is to dive for the centre, but the Tories have the opposite problem to Labour in that the MPs are more extreme than the membership.
I'm pondering whether to sneak off work early on Friday to watch the Opening Ceremony, or have a more relaxing journey and get there in time for the match. Obviously, the ceremony will be embarrassing and tedious, but with the price of the tickets, I somehow feel I'm morally obligated to subject myself to it.
I don't agree. This will gain the unions extra public support, combined with the extra influence they now have in the Labour Party, and there's even potential for a transparently vindictive law to give them a mandate to take extra-legal action, which will increase their ability to exert influence on employers.