Using personal devices for state business isn't against the law. Trump used his own phone.
This is exactly what Trump supporters were so worried about when they were shouting 'lock her up' about Hilary. She was investigated and there wasn't any serious rules broken. Now Trump is being...
We have less knife crime per person than the US I believe. Completely ignoring any firearms crime.
And comparing a generic murder with a mother being shot Infront of her toddler is a bit odd.
We are a far more peaceful country than the US.
Either everyone has rights or no one does. Because if they aren't universal then they can be taken away and whoever the dominant ruling party wants can have their rights stripped away.
So they must apply even to the worst in society, so that they wont be eroded to the point where they no longer...
And benefits cheats, drivers who use their phones behind the wheel, certain prime ministers and other criminals.
If you think only 'good' people need their rights defending then you're missing the point.
Then you're a fool.
Human rights are there to defend all people against unjust treatment from individuals, companies or government. Even if a person is 'bad' it doesn't mean they don't have rights.
PS. Center aligning your last sentence makes you look pretentious
That's a different vaccine. I didn't think you objected to all vaccines, is Polio one of the pointless diseases we shouldn't vaccinate for or take preventative measures?
After all, 70% of infections are asymptomatic and the mortality rate is only 5% with medical support.