John Prescott tells us, "It's a democracy, not a dictatorship, for God's sake.". Meanwhile, Michael Howard says "Parliament must be supreme.".
Here we see that those that are charged with running our country are utterly corrupt. They have forgotten that the Establishment is there to protect us and them from foolish behaviour. If non-Parliamentary bodies disagree with Parliament, then perhaps, maybe, just maybe, Parliament is wrong.
Once again, Parliament is separating itself from any form of dissent or accountability, as always, under the guise that it may "threaten our security". Remember, that security is only threatened because of Parliamentary action. What's wrong with that picture?