The U.K.’s Daily Telegraph on broken promises and holding tight to unnecessary laws

Britain’s coalition government promised to withdraw the draconian, control-freak laws signed into power after Labour’s love-fest with Stasi-Style government. The promise has been broken, because, as the DT says, governments will only nullify laws that they don’t approve of. So… keep your Corona Corona in your pocket because their promises are empty. You still can’t light up and enjoy your whiskey with a good cigar.
You can, though, light up in your own home. And there’s no law against opening your door to guests – or asking them to pay for the drink they consume. Or you can sell “raffle tickets”. The police may be surprised that every ticket sold wins a beer, but life’s a lottery and if you can mess with their heads, well done and keep it up.


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