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There has never been a better time than to be a criminal than under this Government

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SirGalahad, 23 Aug 2019.

  1. SirGalahad

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    Has anyone read his book? I have followed his articles from time to time and his twitter feed, and might just go buy his book.

    https://twitter.com/BarristerSecret

    https://twitter.com/BarristerSecret/status/1164544842246053888

    I can say with confidence that there has never been a better time to be a criminal than under this government and its immediate predecessors.

    Every element of criminal justice is at breaking point. Cut to the bone. And he just doesn’t care.

    Boris Johnson is soft on crime.

    Cutting our way to prosperity has not worked.
     
  2. Motman

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    Hes been PM for just a couple of weeks and he does have one piece of pressing business to deal with first. Give him a chance before you slag him off.

    Who would you replace him with, right now, if you had the choice - Corbyn?
     
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    Jeezz you missed out the word "fact" Notchy MK 2
     
  4. ellal

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    Give him a chance?

    Well he used to trash restaurants...

    Now he's going to trash the whole country!
     
  5. Motman

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    Okay, I’ll ask you the same question as I asked Gally. Who would you replace him with, right now, if you had the choice?

    Come on. Give us a clue as to what bus you are on.
     
  6. EFLImpudence

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    I can't make up my mind between Kenneth Clarke and Durhamplumber.
     
  7. ellal

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    I tell you what...

    I'll answer that if you tell us what you and all other quitters have been asked countless times, but have refused to answer...

    What direct benefits will we get from leaving the EU, and what EU regulations have affected you negatively?

    I doubt we'll ever get a reply from you, because you are too gutless to admit that the response to both of those questions is in fact nothing!
     
  8. Motman

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    You’d make a fine politician. I’m getting an idea of what bus you are on.
     
  9. Notch7

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    One of those believes decisions must be decided in the absence of relevant knowledge.

    You decide! :)
     
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    Give us a clue? ;)

     
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  12. ellal

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    Really?
    (I'm too intelligent to be a politician btw :))

    So what 'bus' is that?

    You of course have shown that you are indeed rather stupid...

    But just to help you out...

    Brexit party and the nasty party - too racist/discriminatory...
    (funny how there is 'tory' in the latter word ;))

    Labour - not fit to govern...

    Lib Dems - never forgive them for tuition fees lie...

    Greens - a few good policies but overall also not fit to govern...

    But any of that is irrelevant due to FPTP...

    So how about you now answer the questions posed to you...

    Or in your terminology, it will be time for you to STFU!
     
  13. Notch7

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    Where was it a lie?
     
  14. ellal

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    It was their main pledge to scrap tuition fees...

    But in order to get a sniff of power they reneged on that promise...

    Even beforehand

    So yes, they lied!

    What term would you use?

    Edit: I believe that the issue of putting young people into a lifetime of debt via tuition fees is only surpassed in terms of importance by Brexit!
     
  15. Motman

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    Now now, girls. Put your handbags down. We can’t have dissent in the ranks!!
     
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