Despite the fact Blairy Poppins and many of her friends, even her wife, are connected in some way or other with the legal system; she seems to have a real grudge against due process, and prefers instead to dish out instant justice.
I wonder if this is related to something that happened in her dim and distant childhood?
Anyhoo, it was recently reported that Nanny's most respected and efficient Home Office had wrongly labelled 1,500 people as criminals in the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) database.
This blunder has led to some people being turned down for jobs, or university places.
Nanny's Home Office said that the errors arose when personal details were similar to a recorded conviction, but represented "a tiny proportion of cases"; in other words they cocked it up.
The Home Office went on to say that 90% of disputes were resolved within 21 days and, while regrettable, it would not apologise for "caution".
It said it made "no apology for erring on the side of caution".
One of Nanny' trolls from the Home Office said:
"The Criminal Records Bureau's first and foremost priority is to help protect children and vulnerable adults
by assisting organisations who are recruiting people into positions of trust.
These cases are clearly regrettable,
but represent a tiny proportion of cases
0.03% of the nine million disclosures issued by the CRB since it began operating in March 2002.
We err on the side of caution in these rare cases precisely
because it is vital to ensure that the disclosure individuals do not fraudulently try to claim they have no criminal convictions when in fact they have."
Now here is the rub, Nanny wouldn't apologise for this as she is of the firm belief that it is better to put innocent people in jail rather than allow criminals to walk free.
That concept may play well in the tabloids, who routinely scream for blood, but it overturns centuries of jurisprudence in this country. The very bedrock of our justice system is that you are innocent until proven guilty, and that it is better for a guilty man to walk free rather than for an innocent man to go to jail.
Nanny has reversed that, and has set us on a very dangerous downhill course towards dictatorship.
I hope to God that we are soon rid of her and her nasty, headline chasing, acolytes.