At 01:38 AM 12/5/99 , Neil McEwan wrote:
>At 01:22 AM 12/5/99 -0600, Gearóid Mac Cuinneagáin wrote:
>>At 01:01 AM 12/5/99 , Neil McEwan wrote:
>>>They are not obliged to negotiate if they have a right to march.
>>They have no right to march. No such right exists in British law.
> Do any rights exist in British law?
Technically, no. Or rather, there are many rights, but none are absolute.
>One would assume that freedom of
>assembly was a given.
All that is absolute is the sovereignty of parliament. What Parliament
gives, it can take away.
Gearóid Mac Cuinneagáin
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