Theresa May, UK Home Secretary.
"As Theresa May disclosed her decision not to extradite Gary McKinnon, voices on the Conservative benches cried ‘yes!’ and there was even a crackle of (forbidden) applause."
However, allegedly, there are members of the UK parliament who work for, or are very sympathtic towards, the CIA and its friends.
"Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper lemon-sucked her gums and crossed her arms, Little Miss Petulant.
"Much chewing of the air by West Hull’s Mr Johnson...
"David Blunkett was a little grudging..."
MacShane (Denis Matyjaszek) is the member of parliament for Rotherham and a leading figure in Labour Friends of Israel
"How satisfying that such Establishment ... men... were stuffed by a suddenly surgent Mrs May."
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2218722/Wallop-Theresa-May-stuffs-Pentagon-decision-NOT-extradite-Gary-McKinnon.html#ixzz29XbFc7p7
"The Home Secretary has done what no British minister has dared to do for at least two decades — stand up to Uncle Sam...
"Mrs May has triumphantly torn up the rule book which insists that every British government must give the Americans what they want.
"A succession of ... Labour Home Secretaries were ... obliging to the Americans.
"GRIM-FACED Defence Secretary John Reid shared centre stage at his son's wedding - with a villain wanted by police. Tony Blair's most trusted minister and fugitive Ronnie Campbell - the father of the bride - stood side by side on the steps of Westminster Cathedral..." 'GANGSTERS'
"While Lord Justice Leveson is preparing his report on Press ethics, let us hope that he and others will reflect on the role newspapers often play in upholding justice when (as in this instance, over many years) politicians and the courts have failed."
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2218740/Gary-McKinnon-extradition-At-A-minister-stands-Uncle-Sam.html#ixzz29XXDDCOG
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