November 26th, 2012

Ross Kemp on Gangs: The Blairites

Join Ross Kemp as he travels to the mean streets of South London to meet ringleader of a notorious and radical gang known as ‘The Blairites’. Steve Reed is the name that strikes fear into the hearts of London residents, when he ran his extortion racket in Lambeth, nicknamed ‘The Council’, gang crime soared to record levels. Now he wants to expand his operation further south, taking on arch-rival Lee the Croy Don’ Jasper, fighting for control. Kemp hasn’t come face-to-face to such a dangerous figure since the last time he spoke to his ex-wife…


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  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Ross Kemp?

    preferred him on Eastenders….

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  2. 2
    Grant Mitchell says:

    Hello mum

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    • 30
      Ross Kemp says:

      I have just come for a word.

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    • 46
      Dirty Den says:

      Count yourself lucky we don’t have any black muggers in Albert Square

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      • 53
        Really? says:

        Yes the black residents of Albert Square are all hard working, family oriented, law abiding, life and soul of the community types. Just like everywhere else.

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        • 60
          JH4 says:

          Actually they have an episode soon where an 11 year old schoolgirl is followed and then dragged into a park and raped for 5 hours by a black assailant.

          Oh, hang on. That’s not in Eastenders. That was in real life, on Friday.

          My mistake.

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        • 61
          JH5 says:

          Actually they have an episode soon where an 11 year old schoolgirl is followed and then dragged into a park and raped for 5 hours by a black assailant.

          Oh, hang on. That’s not in Eastenders. That was in real life, on Friday.

          My mistake.

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  3. 3
    Quintain says:

    Bekka’s gonna get ya

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    • 32
      I wish I was as butch as Harriet says:

      Gangs, you gotta luv em. Who can forget Hatchet Harman in her bullet proof vest, surrounded by da-boyz-in-blue, menacingly mincing down a street in her patch, and saying to cowering plebs, ‘Babes, you knowz where to find me, ya?’

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  4. 4
    A member ofthe religion of peace says:

    Does this constitute a race hate crime?

    http://tinyurl.com/brustp7

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  5. 5
    Hank the Cat says:

    Maybe steve reed is his wife

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  6. 6
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Don’t bovva wiff ‘em, Ross, they ain’t werf it!

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  7. 9
    Hank the Cat says:

    Riiiiiiiiccccckkkkkyyy

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  8. 13
    Peggy says:

    Get owwwwwwt of my pub.

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  9. 14
    yours RESPECTfully says:

    shame about charlie richardson innit – he’d have had them blairites nailed to the floor- and I mean…….

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  10. 15
    Well it's a thought says:

    I see Camoron is showing his piece of white paper on the steps of the plane “House of Commons” does he think we will believe him.

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  11. 17
    IMHO says:

    Mind the stall for us for 5, somebodies just shot Grandma.

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      Herman van Rumboy says:

      Keep sending me ze money !!!

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      • 54
        Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

        Does anyone know where the Divided Kingdom was in the EU’s wealth league table before Brown Stuff took over?

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    • 26
      IMHO says:

      They could all stop the pretence and just have a one party state. It works for China.

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      • 40
        Well it's a thought says:

        Thought we already had a one party state, the LibLabCon party, no change, no difference, no idea’s, spend spend, spend, we can tax the air the plebs breathe and sell them ID cards and bring in road pricing the plebs don’t understand the EU or anything else.

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      • 63
        Huffy says:

        What an outrageous suggestion, destroy the illusion of democracy and what is left for the Sheep? Poor sheep, you are clearly anti sheep and therefore sheepist! which I believe is a criminal offence!

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  13. 20
    Rebekah brooks says:

    I taught Ross how to a hard case like me

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    • 90
      Wellard says:

      Yeah well you only pick on blokes who PRETEND to be ‘ard whereas I’m Wellard but unfortunately for you I also got standards so you shit outa luck innit.

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  14. 24
    Rebekah brooks says:

    Ross was my bitch

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  15. 31
    Ron Kray says:

    I used to watch you on telly, mate, and I just ‘adda laugh. You an East End ‘ard man? If you’d evva tried any of your shit on me, I’da ‘ad your guts for garters! I used to stomp gits like you to work up an appetite for breccy! And the way you let your trouble’n’strife pussy-whip you in real-life– yeah, right, you wuz Mr Tough Guy all right! Now get outta me face before I smash yours in, fucker!

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  16. 35
    Mo the Somali gangster says:

    Come and film us take on the Kurds, Albanians and Turks in central London.

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  17. 36
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    I am proper hard. Vote Tory.

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  18. 37
    Moussa Koussa Mark 2 says:

    …and the new College

    Boriswood

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  19. 38
    IMHO says:

    It’s Kirsty and that bald twat again!.

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  20. 41
    George Galloway says:

    Vote for Lee Jasper and him get the Po-lice off your back,jamone mutherfuker

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  21. 43
    Nigel Biggles MEP says:

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  22. 47
    Benny From Crossroads says:

    NICE MAN HE TAKE PICTURES OF RUBBISH AND SAY HE LOOK AFTER MISS DIANE IF I VOTE FOR HIM

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  23. 48
    Fiscal Cliff says:

    Mr Carney is getting a 57% pay hike compared to Mervyn King for doing the BoE job: £480,000 vs £305,0000.

    Get out of that one then,Gideon.

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    • 51
      The Public says:

      Was Merv worth £305K? We don’t think so.

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    • 56
      Really? says:

      Goldman Sachs men don’t come cheap. Ask all the other countries they now run.

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    • 59
      not a machine reloaded says:

      BOE annoucement done , lets hope we havent been , and EU beaurocrat was being touted on sat Sharon Bowles ?

      I know because Gordon has slipped off the airwaves we still see Mervyn as needing answers to what went off (if he does a memoir that will be interesting) , but I still think since 2010 he has called it very well , unlike some of his European and American counter parts . Besides George is getting worse flack for doing nothing about large scale tax avoidence , I mean didnt he know it wasnt right when he first sat at his deak in 2010

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    • 68
      LOL says:

      So the Governor of the BoE was earning less than George Entwhistle? FFS

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  24. 52
    The chosen ones who brought about political correctness via equalities legislation says:

    G20: Why to avoid a re-run of the 1930s 4:04pm on 12 Nov 2010 Imagine a gang of thieves having just robbed their neighbours, but now sitting together discussing the possible knock on the door by the local police. Imagine them talking of the police as Horsemen of the Apocalypse who are out to catch and drive them out of town for no good reason except that said police are nasty people who pick on people like them.

    The police are anti-roberist they say to each other. They are cruel and nasty etc.

    Hard as it may seem to normal people with a normal conscience, that’s pretty close to how (criminal) psychopaths think and behave. See the problem? Most people can’t believe they exist, but they do. Some of them can write very well, some are very clever.

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    not a machine reloaded says:

    LOL …… Ah but any sign of Ross Kemp and the gangs of Postal voting …..

    Been mulling over Ed Davys energy annoucements and not so scary £10 a year bill increase until 2020 , and the sound bite “green energy to add to bills” and on shore wind farm diss .
    For clarification I was quite hopefull that on shore wind would have some role , unfortunately that theory was based on the unauthored guff that was so endemic at the time , that we greens sucked up like so well . Off shore wind seems more productive , but there are still a few questions about how the engineering is working out , after some appalling first attempts and blown money .
    The problem I have with Ed Daveys statement is that there doesnt seem to be much in terms of accompaning break down of what hes on about, renewables are different things to what can be squeezed into green energy , so I have no idea wether nuclear has been resolved into full cost and capped or indeed if our bills are going up because of the nuclear and not the lower ammount in wind .

    We have plenty of gas , although still some concerns about fracking chemicals and what happens geologically to the water table . I mean if we developed steam fracking we might have some other avenues to boot as regards flooded or traditionally unworkable coal (you can in theory get gas from steam heated coal ) although not seen how post wet mixture process if feasaible works .

    There is also the issue of if any new MOX plant is needed (lot of money) and where the repository for the decades of waste is going to be (which will also be a lot of money for a hole ) . Which has been my case for some time , of course indusrty needs on tap , whatever they need cheap energy , I have no argument with the competative for business and trade needs , the chancellor has been wrong to get the wrong of the stick on the green thinking on that idea , there is no low energy manufacturing idea that is workable in an economy that has light or heavy industry .
    There are ideas around being mindfull of pollution in industry , somthing which China (as we have had to from our early advetures that come back to haunt , but then the mantra was it just washes away into the sea , rather than opps it turns up in the food chain) .

    Industry can make improvements in energy use , but I think its only fair if the tax payer is subsidising energy , that the other 360o aspects are treated to more enlightened thinking , nuclear for too long has been a blank cheque matter and Ed Davey hasnt really explained what is going off re cost of decomissioning or other things on the accounts. I still blame labour for it as they never explained it either , other than at ohhh goody level .

    Those EU economies that have gone more renewables orientated are now we are told in trouble and facing real energy supply future dilemas , but it shouldnt be forgetten that they may be making GDP improvements by energy from recycling or more effiecent energy useage , does a Danish home use less energy than a Uk despite climate differnces ?? Eds been awfully short on the sort of intelligent green debate that shows the energy future may have a more moasiac aspect and some more serious engineering and technological aspects to work through .
    Still at least the maglev train one has disappeared (didnt really work the cost per track mile of large copper coils out too well did we)

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  26. 81
    Yakult Kunt says:

    I liked him best in extras.

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  27. 95
    Anal Discharger says:

    Have a pack or two of peanuts followed by prunes & dates.

    That should sort you out not a machine reloaded

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  28. 96
    Nym Not Goodenuf Toby Moded says:

    You LACKY bahhh stad!

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  29. 97
    One Eye on the Clock says:

    Is it bedtime yet ?

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  30. 100
    alex says:

    Knob and Knobhead

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