Law and Orders
A former enemy of the people, who revels in the transparently biased and foreign name of Igor Judge, has accused the lord chancellor, Liz Truss, of failing in her legal duties and possibly breaking the law by refusing to defend the independence of the judiciary with appropriate promptitude and rigour. "She is in relative terms a very inexperienced politician with no legal experience," diagnosed the former chief justice tactfully, "who has been silent - and answered to Downing Street when she should have been independent." This being the case, it seems strange that the lord chancellor's learned and experienced colleague, the Minister for G4S and Profitable Incarceration, failed to warn Liz Truss of any possible conflict of interests between defending the judiciary and grovelling to the Rothermere Daily Stürmer, or between defending the judiciary and goose-stepping to the will of Tin-Pot Tessie. The present Minister for G4S and Profitable Incarceration is one Liz Truss, now engaged in refusing to defend the ability of prison officers to do their job.