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Tuesday, August 22, 2017
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Indecent Acts

The Daily Telegraph 6th December 2000
The Daily Telegraph

The Government rushed through a record number of Bills on to the Statute Book yesterday. They included measures to reduce the age of homosexual consent to 16, expose the police to prosecution under the race discrimination laws, allow councils to impose new taxes on motorists, change the name of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, ban fur farming and extend the rights of ramblers to roam over other people’s land.

A good day, then, for Sinn Fein, criminals and those who fancy anal intercourse with teenagers. A bad day for parents, farmers, motorists, the police and everyone who values decency and civil order.

(The Daily Telegraph 6th December 2000)

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