June 13th, 2013

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The Guidogram round-up of the week is going out shortly.

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  1. 1
    Owen Jones says:

    Dale Cregan is a victim of a right wing elitist society! He should not spend the rest of his life in prison! Free Dale! Free Dale!

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Shooting female police officers is not a laughing matter.

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  3. 6
    God says:

    It is rather disingenuous to claim the Labour party are running away from a referendum. By virtue of the fact that this is a private member’s bill, all of the main political parties are running in the opposite direction of this constitutional crisis.

    It could be argued that the sovereignty of our parliament is contained within the voting franchise. The evidence of this claim is that MPs are temporary occupants of the House of Commons who are authorised to sit for a period of time by the voters of their constituency. Therefore they are merely tenants, and so it follows that they have as much right to sign away the sovereignty of the House of Commons to a third party as a tenant of a property has of selling the house they rent from their landlord.

    Following this logic, all treaties entered into by members of parliament which have given away the rights and supremacy of Parliament have been agreed without authority, as they have been entered into without the explicit consent of the owners of the sovereignty of parliament, the holders of the voting franchise. Therefore the terms of those treaties are illegal under British Law. Therefore any member of the government or agent working on behalf of the government who enforces those terms is committing a criminal act and is acting against the interests of the country and its Parliament.

    And God Bless Her Maj, but when push came to shove she failed to carry out her primary duty. When the illegal treaties were put in front of her for her Royal Assent she just crumbled.

    She failed to defend the realm. 60 years of good service down the drain.

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    The BBC are cunts says:

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      Sit Petra says:

      WTF, Fatty Pang is chairman of the BBC Trust and is in receipt of one of these huge salary and pension cosy arrangements, who was he warning, himself?.

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      Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

      Let’s start the cuts with Fatty Pang. Saving just his lunch bill would cut the licence fee.

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