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Signalcalc

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Hands up, how many of you knew that the private slaughter and private consumption of dogs and cats was legal in the UK


 

Signalcalc

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Police corruption - If this is the level of accountability denied to the public for relatively simple low level misdemeanours committed by police officers and PCSO's, just imagine what happens to evidence for more serious crimes committed by them, its no wonder the public trust has been lost when there is this level of corruption, endemic.

 

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Signalcalc

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What a bunch of fanatical deranged lunatics.

Are there SNP and LibDem versions of this. :rolleyes:
Just when you think it couldn't get any worse, what will they dream up next?

 

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An interesting flashback to what it was like in the 1970s and the sort of thing that life under Comrades Corbyn & Mcdonnell would soon become. You have to have lived through the 1970s to really understand what it was like!


Part quote
"In the UK the government was only nominally in charge. The real masters were the leaders of the trades unions and their corporate body, the TUC. Men (always men, you will notice) such as Jack Jones, Hugh Scanlon, Joe Gormley, Clive Jenkins and Len Murray were household names. The annual conference of the TUC was televised live. Strikes were called on the basis of a public show of hands in factory car parks, these votes being televised on the evening news with as much import as a by-election. The closed shop meant union membership was mandatory for employment in numerous firms. If a union card was withdrawn, the ex-member lost his or her job. Members had no choice but to have some of their union dues go to the Labour Party. A large part of the working population was living in a form of socialist dictatorship with varying degrees of malevolence."
 

Signalcalc

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Strange ( but not really) how the BBC can tie themselves in knots related to Trump's hurty words, but when it comes to Trudeau's blatant physical manifestation of racism there is hardly a word spoken.

BBC News - Naga Munchetty: BBC not impartial on racism, senior bosses say
 
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Signalcalc

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Steptoe and Krankie, Christ what a combination, only desparate remoaners could vote for that toxic duo.

BBC News - Nicola Sturgeon 'open-minded' about interim prime minister
 

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