I was looking at the relevance of the Sir in the U.K Labour leaders name the other day (the official opposition) and surprised he was head of prosecutions here in England for a while. "So why would you vote for him"? I thought. Looking up some statistics realised that around 8 to 10% of people convicted actually then get off with a retrial.
Not to mention those who don't and never did.
So come May 17th people can all start hugging again but gatherings of over 30 are still illegal until June. I can wait. Seems like everywhere still has its own certain quirks about it. Peace out!
Michael David Curley