#9198899, By chopsen The UK General Politics Thread

  • chopsen 3 Dec 2012 12:18:47 16,089 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    It's specifically "law avoidance" that I'm talking about, as opposed to things that aren't covered in any way by a law as they've not yet been conceived of on any level. I think the line between these is reasonably clear, and I don't think the very fundamentals of our legal system come crashing down if you create legislation that states that cynical avoidance of a law is comparable to breaking it.
    But they're not avoiding the law, they are paying very close attention to the law, to their own advantage.
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