I HAVE been considering setting up an organisation to be called ‘Brains to Save Britain’ but have been advised by my psychiatrists that it will be a failure.
The Government, as everyone knows, has little use for that organ evidenced by supporting our enemies by its policy of giving them human rights at our expense. They are not even aware that by identifying innocent persons being manipulated by the enemy and letting them know they are suspects by placing various types of control order on them, those persons can then be used by our enemies, who are already well supplied with brains, to lead our security forces on time- and money-wasting chases along entirely false trails leading nowhere, leaving the real agents to get on with their work in comfort.
The Government ought to take advice from poker players, for whom it is elementary not to show your cards to the other side.
Vincent Hale, Sheffield S6