Look. Can we just fucking bomb Scotland?
Stung by the oft-highlighted anomaly of tobacco displays being banned whilst adult mags are still permitted to be visible, Glenrothes Labour fucktard, Lindsay Roy, has decided that the discrepancy must be addressed.
Now, here's a little pop quiz for you. Does he:
a) Relax one rule to fit in with the other? Or ...
b) Propose even more overweening quaker-like legislation?
Clue: He is a Labour MP. And he is Scottish.
Yep, you got it.
FRONT PAGE CAMPAIGN
That this House believes that politicians, retailers, publishers and distributors have a collective responsibility to protect children and young people from displays of sexually graphic material that they are not emotionally equipped to deal with; calls for an urgent review of existing guidelines drawn up between the Home Office and the National Federation of Retail Newsagents; further believes that such a review must consider the availability of sexually graphic publications to children and young people, the positioning of these publications on the shelves of retailers, the potential for concealing these publications in bags and consider the question of age-rating such publications; and further believes that failure to follow the revised guidelines could lead to calls for legislation covering all aspects of the availability and display of sexually graphic material to children and young people throughout the retail and publishing industries.
In short, guidelines saying they must be hidden should be brought in, and if they are ignored, a new law will be implemented.
It begs the question ... why the need for guidelines if you have made your fucking mind up anyway? Don't waste our time, you prick.
Oh yeah, and can you please stop using a first name as your surname and vice versa. It's very confusing. It sounds like a woman proposing this (which would be more understandable), instead of a male, hideously puritan, recently elected, provincial lickspittle, desperate to ingratiate himself with the leaders of his discredited and megamaniacal party of prurient, disconnected Stalinists, by illustrating that he is of an equally wasteful, bansturbatory, and anti-business nature.
Anyhow. Cutting through the crap, he doesn't want you to see this in your local WH Smith.
(Click to enlarge as you no doubt want to)
But one can confidently bet that the law will not be applied as enthusiastically to this.
Because, within the Labour party, there is a distinct difference.
I don't know about you, but I'm all for Scottish independence.