No mention of the UK parliament voting in (barely) the legal power to hold terror suspects for a full six weeks before charging them, with no sign we need them that? That's a dodgy one indeed.
Especially now David Davis MP, a member of the Tory Shadow Cabinet, has resigned as an MP (giving up the shot at being in the next government's Cabinet or returning to the Shadow Cabinet) so as to force a by-election, so he can win the seat back on a campaign of the importance civil liberties. It's been reported he's the one who pushed David Cameron into leading the party against the 42-days law in the first place, as others felt it'd make them look soft on terrorism.
Labour is obviously slagging Davis off as naive in his opposition, the Conservatives are trying to distance himself from him, and parts of the press have sneered at it - taking a principled pro-liberties stand being something silly, apparently. Which is quite scary.
What's really scary is one of the rivals in the by-election is an ex-Sun editor who has actually said on CCTV, 42-days, the DNA database etc "Most of us are not bad guys, we have nothing to fear". And "The Sun has always been very up for 42 days and perhaps even 420 days".
He's not going to win (the constituents are supportive of Davis' stance) and thank Xenu for that.