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Shaun of the Dead

Posted 26 April 2016 - 10:28 PM

That`s the one ha!


Scraggy Taters

Posted 26 April 2016 - 10:25 PM

 

 

 

Some discussion about lack of Bernard Ingham's remorse and health today.

Looked ill.I don`t understand why he couldn`t just have said to reporters "I made a catastrophic mistake and am very sorry for my previous comments and all the offence it caused." I mean he is no longer working or in the public eye so the concession wouldn`t harm him at all now in fact may redeem him.

 

 

Well, I can answer that bit. He didn't say that, because he is a twat! With a long history of being a twat.

 

His eyebrows look like whats his face out of the muppets!

 

What, Bert, the Mancunian drug-dealer-lookalike

 

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maryportfuncity

Posted 26 April 2016 - 09:48 PM

Duckenfield will try to pull off a Pinochet and avoid trial through "illness"...

 

 

Hmmm, either that or he'll go further into remorse and get religion


themaninblack

Posted 26 April 2016 - 07:46 PM

Duckenfield will try to pull off a Pinochet and avoid trial through "illness"...

Shaun of the Dead

Posted 26 April 2016 - 06:28 PM

 

 

Some discussion about lack of Bernard Ingham's remorse and health today.

Looked ill.I don`t understand why he couldn`t just have said to reporters "I made a catastrophic mistake and am very sorry for my previous comments and all the offence it caused." I mean he is no longer working or in the public eye so the concession wouldn`t harm him at all now in fact may redeem him.

 

 

Well, I can answer that bit. He didn't say that, because he is a twat! With a long history of being a twat.

 

His eyebrows look like whats his face out of the muppets!


YoungWillz

Posted 26 April 2016 - 05:46 PM

Rant follows:

 

Thatcher and the political elite depended very much on the loyalty of the police while they introduced some really tough laws. Therefore any possible criticism of the police required a whitewash and rubbishing the claims of what Andrew Mitchell and their ilk still call "plebs". There is evidence to show (and will be brought out over the next few years under the 30 year rule) that most criticism ended up on the highest desk in the land for Thatcher's personal attention. Public protest and disorder was higher than most people think back in the 1980s, hence the introduction of a Public Order Act which gave the police essentially carte blanche to deal with any gathering of three people or more.

 

Hillsborough is simply one of a very long list of stains on the UK's history during that period. It is symptomatic of where the UK and social attitudes are even today. And the new generation coming in with a Conservative majority are now learning the lessons of exactly what that means. It has already begun, when people start to believe that politicians know better than doctors what is good for patients. Patients died on almost a weekly basis in the late 1980s due to policies introduced then.

 

Ingham was very much involved back then and is a lingering oxygen thief from that period.

 

Rant ends...for now.


msc

Posted 26 April 2016 - 05:43 PM

 

Some discussion about lack of Bernard Ingham's remorse and health today.

Looked ill.I don`t understand why he couldn`t just have said to reporters "I made a catastrophic mistake and am very sorry for my previous comments and all the offence it caused." I mean he is no longer working or in the public eye so the concession wouldn`t harm him at all now in fact may redeem him.

 

 

Well, I can answer that bit. He didn't say that, because he is a twat! With a long history of being a twat.


Shaun of the Dead

Posted 26 April 2016 - 05:31 PM

Some discussion about lack of Bernard Ingham's remorse and health today.

Looked ill.I don`t understand why he couldn`t just have said to reporters "I made a catastrophic mistake and am very sorry for my previous comments and all the offence it caused." I mean he is no longer working or in the public eye so the concession wouldn`t harm him at all now in fact may redeem him.


msc

Posted 26 April 2016 - 05:16 PM

Some discussion about lack of Bernard Ingham's remorse and health today.

 

Is he ill? How nice  tragic.


Bibliogryphon

Posted 26 April 2016 - 05:12 PM

Some discussion about lack of Bernard Ingham's remorse and health today.


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