Cameron's toughest words were for Isis. Or rather, for any suspected Isis terrorists with UK passports. "This government does not believe in knee-jerk reactions," he began, before going on to say police were going to be given powers to confiscate passports from anyone they suspected of being a terrorist. He wasn't at all sure this was legal under international law and he was extremely hazy about the details when pressed by Ed Miliband, but he was still absolutely certain it was not a knee-jerk idea.Will he ever learn?
02 September 2014
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I see that, as usual, Mr Cameron is lurching forward on a wing and a prayer: