Harry Hutton explains aspects of British jurisprudence to Columbian police asking for his identity card.
I told them that, as an Englishman, I do not have such a thing. As a British subject, I may not be stopped unless the pigs have reasonable grounds to suspect that I am a wrong doer, or a bad apple. Until next year, that is, when I will be required to produce a lump of skin and a photocopy of my arse every time I wish to borrow a library book. Vote Labour, by the way.
Posted by Ghost of a flea at March 4, 2005 08:11 AM
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