atticus wrote:and my brilliant mind highlighted one!
Possibly, but I preferred your first answer:
atticus wrote:I really struggle to see a human rights issue that you can develop to any standard. How much did you think this one through before choosing this topic? Is it too late to change?
But far be it from me to not run with an interesting suggestion... though I am not clear what convention rights you suggest may be violated.
Article 23 gives the right to work, and Article 24 to rest and leisure, both of which are frequently interrupted by unsolicited calls.
Or perhaps Article 12: No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation.
If I am phoned up to discuss an accident I haven't had, is that an attack on my reputation?
ETA, I wrote this while you were posting and I cannot be faffed to change it.
Last Year wrote:
Both - had to laugh at your last two comments. That has proved a definite highlight in an otherwise dreary, angst ridden, mind numbing legislation reading day!
We're a great double act: between us we make a whole wit... There was some talk of a stage show, but it was decided to be a cruel and unusual punishment...
Take me to your lizard...