Here’s a question Theresa May is unlikely to answer soon

Theresa May [Image: The New European].

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3 thoughts on “Here’s a question Theresa May is unlikely to answer soon

  1. Wirral In It Together

    Another one she was asked – but didn’t answer – was a Freedom of Information question stating, “Can we have your personal metadata?” Her government responded by refusing and labelling the request ‘vexatious’ – despite the fact that her government will soon be snooping and collecting vast quantities of metadata on ALL its citizens every time they go online.

  2. casalealex

    What have you got to hide?

    Government says: “If you don’t have anything to hide why are you worried about surveillance etc., yet, these same people, that hide in private, meet in secret, under armed guard, won’t disclose what they are doing.

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