Steven Barrett

Glasgow’s immigration raid stand-off is nothing to celebrate

An immigration enforcement van is surrounded on the streets of Glasgow (Getty images)

The rule of law is very simple: it means ‘everyone must obey the law’. Last year, much hay was made by a variety of politicians claiming the government might breach the rule of law over Brexit. It had not. But even the idea that the rule of law might have been broken was given rightful attention.

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