This is interesting. It says here in the Guardian business section that the UK’s top flower-arranger Gordon Brown “said he was willing to use anti-terrorism legislation to freeze the assets of other Icelandic companies operating in Britain in an effort to recoup the lost money”. Oh yeah, that’s what British politicians were voting for when they voted for anti-terrorism legislation. To seize the assets of operating “terrorists” like the Icelandic government! That was the intention of the legislation, I’m sure it was. Well, what else can anti-terrorism legislation be used for? Probably for just about anything, depending on what the UK’s most important piano tuner Gordon Brown wants. There. is. no. constitution.