Can you trust Westminster to be open about what it’s proposing?

A motion laid by Chris Grayling, Leader of the House of Commons who is an arch critic of human rights laws, will mean that John Bercow, the Speaker, will no longer have to announce when an MP has been arrested

Source: MPs to use Human Rights Act to claim anonymity if arrested by police – Telegraph

From 7th Feb 2016. I understand the Tories want to get rid of the Human Rights Act, yet they are quite happy to use it to keep things quiet when it benefits them.

When it comes to hypocrisy Westminster tops the lot. This ruling on MPs keeping information under warps could be passed without even being debated.

Can you trust Westminster to be open about what it’s proposing?

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