Hard cases make bad law. The adage might also guide us in relation to the political and policy implications of the recent ,appalling, Philpott manslaughter case – the guy who set fire to his house and killed a bunch of his children. Both Left and Right rushed to exploit the case and to generalise with both conforming to type in so doing, though I suspect the Government is more in touch with Labour voters on this one than the Opposition.
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