This is Bilderberger Kenneth Clarke's law
The diabolical Bullingdon cult running Britain right now is taking us to
a Greece/Spain scenario
They must be nixed.
First squatter jailed under new law
Alex Haigh, who had come to London seeking work, sentenced to 12 weeks in
prison for occupying flat without permission
Owen Bowcott, legal affairs correspondent
The Guardian, Thursday 27 September 2012 19.19 BST
A 21-year-old man arrested at a flat in Pimlico, central London,
has become the first person to be jailed under the government's
Alex Haigh, originally from Plymouth, has been sentenced to 12 weeks in
prison after pleading guilty to occupying a housing association flat
The Crown Prosecution Service confirmed that Haigh was the first person
to be given a custodial sentence under section 144 of the Legal Aid,
Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act, which came into force on the
first day of September.
West London magistrates heard that police officers had gone to the flat
in Cumberland Street on 2 September in search of another man. They
arrested three people, one of whom was Haigh, on suspicion of squatting
and all three have been convicted; the other two are awaiting
The law criminalises squatting in residential premises. Housing charities
have warned that it may trigger a surge in homelessness as squatters are
forced on to the streets in order to avoid a criminal record.
The squatters' rights group Squash (Squatters' Action for Secure Homes),
which campaigned against criminalisation, condemned the sentencing as
"deeply disproportionate and unjust". It said the building the
men were occupying had been empty for more than a year.
Haigh's father, Hugh, told the Evening Standard newspaper that his son,
an apprentice bricklayer, had come to London in July seeking work.
"They have made an example of him. To put him in that prison
environment, I don't understand it. If he broke the law, he should be
dealt with, but it is like putting someone who has not paid their taxes
into Dartmoor prison."
Rueben Taylor, from Squash, said: "This marks a dark day for our
country, as a young vulnerable person is being sent to prison simply for
trying to keep a roof over his head.
"The real crime is the 930,000 properties sitting empty across the
UK, not the people who are bringing these back into use. This crazy law
is aggressively punishing the victims of our housing crisis, at massive
cost to the taxpayer."
Under section 144, squatting in England and Wales is punishable by up to
six months' jail and fines of up to £5,000. The change in the law does
not affect commercial premises.
In a circular sent to judges, courts and the police, the Ministry of
Justice confirmed that what were previously known as "squatters'
rights" – preventing forcible entry to an occupied building – would
become redundant in relation to residential premises.
Squash claims the cost of criminalising squatting will be as high as
£790m over the next five years.
Please consider seriously the reason why these elite institutions are not discussed in the mainstream press despite the immense financial and political power they wield?
There are sick and evil occultists running the Western World. They are power mad lunatics like something from a kids cartoon with their fingers on the nuclear button! Armageddon is closer than you thought. Only God can save our souls from their clutches, at least that's my considered opinion - Tony
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