February 6th, 2014

‘Welcome Back to the Tory Party, Bill Roache’


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      Jim's also celebrating says:

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      • 48
        Someone says:

        Nice guy

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        • 58
          Stan Kollymore says:

          If you like drunken wife-beaters.

          Fortunately, I do. Turns them on.

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          • The One-Eyed Spacker says:

            Just rejoice at that news!

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          • I Beat The Tube Strike So I Can Surf The Internet At Work says:

            He looks sober there. And I see no wife being beaten.

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          • FFS says:

            He’s had 5 wives and only beaten one of them.

            I’m not sure what that tells you, but it tells you something….

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          • Woof woof says:

            Dogged by bad luck.

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          • Just Asking says:

            Isn’t interesting that the CPS seems keen to pursue & bring cases against active Tory supporters later found not guilty after a jury trial or further investigation.

            I wonder why? Any ideas?

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          • DPP says:

            Ask Keir

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          • The Thick of It says:

            @Just Asking

            Drop the paranoia. They also prosecuted Labour luvvie Chris Langham for downloading and possessing child porn and he was imprisoned for 10 months. Since his release, he’s only worked a couple of times but otherwise he says no one wants to employ him.

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          • Eric Blair says:

            Hi The Thick…..Langham was found GUILTY….not the result of a vendetta nor was he exonerated by jury trial…..

            Labour activists are the enemy within planted into many key decision making jobs, agencies, quangos, public bodies, police etc by Gordon’s Brown’s creepy committee…..set up as a permanent opposition to derail Coalition policy….like the billions Brown’s team purposely squandered to make the Tory government enforce cuts…..

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        • 132
          Anonymous says:

          In honour of the most recent UKIP coverage the following joke:

          David Cameron and Nigel Farage are on the terrace of the House of Commons having a drink, it’s sunny but gusty and the wind blows David’s hat off his head and in to the river.

          “Don’t worry David,” says Nigel, “I’ll get it!” and he jumps over the wall and in to the river.

          However there is no splash. David peers over the wall and to his surprise sees Nigel walking on water. Nigel strolls across the surface of the Thames picks up David’s hat and takes it back to him in front of the entire House of Commons press lobby.

          The next day the headlines read: “Nigel Farage Can’t Swim!”

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    • 9
      Kenno says:

      Let Tina give me a wank.

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    • 17
      rover's returns says:

      pass the sick bucket

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    • 27
      The last Bastion says:

      The whole fallout from Saville’s alleged (and that is all they will ever be) crimes has been insane, my guess is DLT and Harris will walk too.

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    • 41
      Len Fairclough says:

      Pick up a few groupies?

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    • 43
      Maximus says:

      Dig for victory, not for gold.

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  2. 2
    Can someone please Control the Plod? says:

    GOOD.

    I always said Ken was innocent.

    The Cops are pissed with power

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    • 10
      Can someone please Control the Plod? says:

      Or is it the CPS?

      But something has gone badly wrong holding these Witch hunts into the past on only hearsay evidence

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        A Right Fucking Bastard says:

        It’s not hearsay.

        It might be completely invented fucking bollocks but it’s not hearsay, unlike some of the evidence in the DLT trial, which had the (former barrister) Bastard’s jaw hitting the floor thinking “How the fucking hell did they (the prosecution) get that in?”

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          Socialism = Starvation says:

          Indeed it is not hearsay, but if it is bollocks, such as one charge where the prosecution accepted that the case was based on the victim imagining an attack occurred, then hearsay might at least be admissible and have a prospect of conviction.

          The prosecuting decision maker should face charges in the Roache case.

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          • Just Asking says:

            Who heads the CPS?

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          • FFS says:

            I think Bill Roache is actually better off having these charges heard in court.

            There are no end of rumours passing around on the net relating to famous people and alleged bad behaviour. Best all round if they are heard in court and the boil is lanced.

            However, it is about time that women clearly making up bollox stories to deliberately put innocent men in gaol are charged with a serious offence.

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      • 24
        Common Purpose says:

        We control the Plod.

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          A Ship's Lawyer says:

          Remember all those stories about Albert of Monaco being a shirt lifter and a “gay” bachelor.

          then when his old man died the stories changed pretty quick and fair play to the guy he turned on the Press and stood up for himself.

          Respect.

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          • broderick crawford says:

            yeah … but something must have been amiss if his aussie bride tried to make an escape on honeymoon night was it ?

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        Casual Observer 6 says:

        Send in the UK Environment Agency.

        They will have it under six foot of water within two weeks.

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      • 119
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        FFS. Hot weather in an Australian summer.

        Eco-loon alert!
        :-)

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    • 25
      SleeplessInKirkaldy says:

      No. The CPS have a presumption that all allegations are true and – in the post- Savile environment – must be tested in court.

      Will Mr Roache get all his costs reimbursed?

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    • 26

      The way in which the investigations have all taken place under the one roof of Operation Yewtree suggests a wish to taint the public’s perception which is utterly wrong of the police.

      Savile was a loner. The defence barrister was entirely correct when she referred to the elephant in the room.

      Allegations need to be investigated – but without of the taint of association.

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      • 39
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        The Yewtree investigation was designed to address public concerns over Savile, but then morphed into a vehicle for covering up other misdeeds.

        The whole thing appears to have become political, with the left in particular realizing early (or being complicit with CPS / Police from the start) that in order to eliminate certain political targets all they would need were some allegations to be raised. With the sensitized public mood the actual injustice here would not be perceived.

        However, the problem for the CPS and the Police is that the public have really become aware of the cases in the past where both have conspired in order to cover up real wrong doing – which really should have been the essence of Yewtree once the original allegations relating to Savile had been dealt with.

        It is a somewhat complicated area, but one thing to note:

        When a justice system becomes fixated more on the ‘victim’, and the burden is proving innocence rather than guilt, these are hallmarks of fascist societies and are simply unjust.

        This shift has been introduced in to the UK by its ongoing integration with the EU. Such strange notions of ‘justice’ are common in the inferior justice systems of continental Europe which the UK is currently degrading itself towards.

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        • 52
          I am going to re-post your last two paragraphs as they deserve repeating says:

          When a justice system becomes fixated more on the ‘victim’, and the burden is proving innocence rather than guilt, these are hallmarks of fascist societies and are simply unjust.

          This shift has been introduced in to the UK by its ongoing integration with the EU. Such strange notions of ‘justice’ are common in the inferior justice systems of continental Europe which the UK is currently degrading itself towards.

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          • Me Too says:

            When a justice system becomes fixated more on the ‘victim’, and the burden is proving innocence rather than guilt, these are hallmarks of fascist societies and are simply unjust.

            This shift has been introduced in to the UK by its ongoing integration with the EU. Such strange notions of ‘justice’ are common in the inferior justice systems of continental Europe which the UK is currently degrading itself towards.

            Serious questions need to be asked about New Labour’s Starmer and the way the CPS operated under his direction.

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          • Injustice says:

            The problems started when Michael Howard decided to erode the right to silence. A “race to the bottom” followed with New Labour further drastically cutting away the rights of an accused claiming that the system needed “rebalancing”. Thatcher had pulled the brick out of the dam by ramming through a war crimes bill which allowed the use of 40 year old evidence provided by the Soviet Union to convict people accused of war crimes. Thatcher and Howard never thought of militant feminists and left wingers hijacking their changes but once you erode justice you are on a slippery slope.

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        • 70
          Godwin says:

          Godwin’s law

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          • Grow up says:

            Wrong. Not Godwin when the comparison is between a known mainstay of Nazism/facism and an obviously similar idea, concept, leader or totalitarian state.

            Comparing Mussolini with Hitler, for example, is not Godwin.

            Here endeth the lesson.

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          • I Beat The Tube Strike So I Can Surf The Internet At Work says:

            It is interesting you thought of the Nazis and invoked Godwin.

            My immediate thought was of the current Greek legal system.

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          I Beat The Tube Strike So I Can Surf The Internet At Work says:

          I hope you are wrong. My own experience does not quite bear out your fears in that magistrates courts, which I have some dealings with, still seem to be populated by sensible men and women who care about dispensing traditional British justice. Juries also retain their willingness to throw out unsubstantiated allegations and punish lazy prosecutors.

          Sadly though, in the last twenty years or so, Parliament has forgotten many of British justice’s basic principles: introducing a lot of legislation which blurs criminal and civil matters and seeks to reverse the legal and evidential burdens on the citizen.

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            The fascist aspect is quite well documented.

            A simpler historical parallel is that of the denouncing of people during the French revolution, and in Russ!a from the revolution there through to Stal!n.

            The ‘victims’ here are denouncing on very tenuous grounds individuals who would ordinarily then have a case to answer if there was enough evidence provided.

            What is happening now – similar to the ‘offending’ and ‘hate’ cases which have been going through is not that.

            It is not fear but fact: If I knew your identity, and filed a formal complaint with the police that you had either sexually abused me 40 years ago, or had said something which offended me (say you told an English / Irish / Scots joke and I was Scotch heritage – hence race sensitivity…) then chances are you would have a case to answer.

            Right or wrong ? Absolutely wrong – in the latter case of offence / hate, unless I could provide enough evidence that you had directly injured, defamed or harassed myself, you would find yourself in a position where you would need to prove your innocence of my falsified / tenuous claims.

            That is not justice.

            Back to France: If you were denounced back then, it was the guillotine.

            In Russ!a it was firing squad or gulag.

            In the UK today, it is expensive court case and impact on your daily life that will ultimately lead to loss of standing in society and earnings etc.

            This has been amplified in the UK since the UK supreme court was introduced and placed below the European Court of ‘Justice’.

            The idiots who are pointing to G’odwins law should revise their history and realize that fascism was in !taly and not G”ermany.

            A similar denouncement mechanism existed in G’ermany under the NSDAP whereby those who were harboring J’ews or people claimed to be J’ewish, homosexual or otherwise deviant could be reported to the authorities who would then either hold show trials, issue a state protection order and transfer the accused to a concentration camp, or in some cases, burn the families outside police stations.

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        • 169
          Round the Bend says:

          What went on today can be traced back to the rantings of Harman in Parliament and the attitudes that lead to this current witch-hunt.

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        Sir William Waide says:

        It’s always a mistake to tell coppers that they belong to an ‘elite squad’. It goes to their heads, like the twerps swaggering around the Downing Street entrance doing Schwarzenegger impressions.

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    Kevin Webster says:

    Oi Bill, fancy a celebratory pint?

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    An Evening With says:

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    HattieHasABigBlackC0ck says:

    I hope he sues the police and those lying slags. Fair play to the jurors.

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    henrywood says:

    There is another ongoing case which seems to be falling apart too. I wonder if our MSM will ‘fisk’ any of the women involved?

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    Jasmin Beckett says:

    First the Mark Duggan verdict. Now this. I want all juries dead.

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    Ah! 'm not surprised says:

    Police Facebook ‘shows trainees blacked-up, wearing Nazi uniforms and making racist and homophobic jokes’

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2552762/Police-Facebook-page-appears-trainees-blacked-wearing-Nazi-uniforms-making-racist-homophobic-jokes.html#ixzz2sXcSaSjN
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      We have gone Politically Correct Mad...Best not to use facebook though. says:

      FFS that is just their end of course party snaps. Talk about making mountains out of molehills.

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    • 64
      Anonymous says:

      f the police force wore Nazi uniforms and was racist and homophobic I would definitely join but alas I don’t think its’ really like that anymore.

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    ANUSbUTTOCKS says:

    Mr Roache should now claim compensation for stress, and get a 400k pay out like that arsewipe policescum who battered a senior citizens car window in

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    • 61
      bergen says:

      That £400k award to that incompetent plod made me realise how stupid I have been for being self-employed for most of my working life.

      If I F** up at work I starve. In the public sector I claim stress and, (kerching) riches beyond imaginings are stuffed into my pocket from the taxpayers’ magic money tree.

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      • 91
        ANUSbUTTOCKS says:

        get in the public sector trough

        they are all lazy, scrounging vermin,,and if youre a police arsewipe you can act like a little hitler, until you need a pay off

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      • 106
        Kinnochio Family Motto says:

        Wellllaaaalllrrrriiiggghhhht!!

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        • 157
          broderick crawford says:

          yeah agree 1000 percent . i could literally not believe my eyes when i read about the 400 k snow job .

          so at 44 years if age you have paid off your mortgage and if you ve half a pea for a brain you ve probably bought another property with the balance and thus on to your new career in property development riches .

          Congratulations at the mug taxpayers expense

          Thus country is shagged more effectively than Linda Lovelace .

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    Can you tell what I've downloaded yet? says:

    Things look much murkier for Rolferoo. One of his charges is for creating and possessing child porn in 2012, which is separate to the accusations of assaults.

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      And... says:

      wot about dlt?

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      A Right Fucking Bastard says:

      I reckon he’s fucked.

      DLT will probably get off, though. The evidence exonerating him is a lot better than the stuff led by Roache’s defence, which all related to events which happened several years after the allegations. Once one of the counts on the indictment got chucked out at half time, the prosecution were always going to struggle, though.

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      • 107
        FFS says:

        Roache got off because one of the women claimed she was r@ped at some age she couldn’t remember and then went back for second helpings a year later.

        As the defence said, it wasn’t at all credible. Unfortunately you can’t bring charges against women creating bollox stories to put men in the dock.

        Still, I think it is better for Roache to have had these charges heard in court than simply have his reputation besmirched by rumours on the net.

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        • 117
          Christian singer says:

          I like the young ones.

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        • 118
          Anonymous says:

          If Roache was tried on he said/she said evidence, why should not the woman be tried by the same reasoning, for defamation, and a jury can decide?

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          • Cinna says:

            Thee are already cases in this country where women have been tried and jailed for false accusations of rape. I look forward to seeing all who do that in court.

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        M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

        DLT grabbing that bird’s tits while she was reading an announcement on air was bloody funny. He wouldn’t get away with that sort in these days of political correctness but he was clearly having a larf.

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          Just Saying says:

          The fact is that back in the day most women knew how to deal with unwanted attentions like that. I’m not saying it was right, but it was a fact of life.
          Over the past 30 years things have changed and everyone likes to be seen as a victim. There must be tens of thousands of men who were teenagers in the 60’s having sleepless nights in case the girl they groped in the back row of the cinema now decides to report them.

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          • broderick crawford says:

            I used to navigate my weekly trolley round the supermarket with fear dread and apprehension in case a running sprog who wasn t looking where he was going crashed into it and his doting oarents stuck me for compo.

            I now shop a little every day with one plastic bag.

            That s what politically correct multicultural eeewwmannn rights have reduced thus and a fair few other countries to
            — a state if continuous cowering subservience to ” the system “.

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    Handycock says:

    Do you know the number of Kens barrister. I think need an urgent chat.

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  12. 15
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Vote Tory !

    Hear ! Hear !

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    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Savile was a Tory too.

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      Mike Oxenfire says:

      Savile hasn’t been found guilty of anything either ;-)

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        Ah! 'm not surprised says:

        Ah! ‘m not surprised says:
        Your comment is awaiting moderation.
        February 6, 2014 at 11:53 am
        Police suspected Savile was a murderer but used his DNA to clear him of string of unsolved deaths
        Monster: Detectives suspected the prolific pa3dophile could have also been a murderer
        The prolific pa3dophile – who could have sexually assaulted 300 victims – was a possible suspect in a number of other serious attacks, including murder.

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          FFS says:

          Suspected of over a 1000 series crimes and yet not one came to light during his lifetime.

          It’s not like women were shy about taking men to court in the years before Saville died. Peter Adamson was taken to court in 1983 for kiddie fiddling and found not guilty.

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    Scallywag says:

    Did Jim fix it for Maggie to visit the Coronation Street set?

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    Judge Dreadful says:

    Whoever the chump is who decided that there would be a wave of successful prosecutions of aging celebrities seems to have spent too much time engaged in left-wing neo-feminist policy-wonkery and far too little time in court wielding actual admissible evidence in anger.

    It is notoriously difficult to persuade juries to convict in any kind of case which is this old, let alone one involving ‘he said, she said’ accusations about sexual assaults with no forensic evidence and when the accusations were not even made until very many years after the event.

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      A lesson from history says:

      Roache’s barrister had the rights of it that her client was under the shadow of the authorities abysmal failure to hold Savile to account when he was alive

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      The PM needs to Act says:

      It is ridiculous. At present no man, especially famous rich men are safe from any woman who they may have come across at sometime in their life, going to the police and making a false accusation.

      The Police/CPs seem to assume that the woman is always telling the truth and then look for reasons to prosecute the man, rather than reasons the woman may be lying. For famous people it much worse as the publicity prompts multiple women to make a complaint.

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      • 40
        Dave Wisteria says:

        Best to have nothing to do with women.

        Women are dangerous .

        Women are nasty.

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      • 55
        Andy Capp says:

        As we say up North “Don’t shit on your own doorstep” or go for grannies as they will be long dead before you are old.

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          broderick crawford says:

          i love mature women me , as long as tbey ve had a shower ……and they re so grateful !!!

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        Casual Observer 6 says:

        It gets worst.

        Look at what is going on with Domestic Violence law, and the combination of Family / Criminal courts idea to handle divorce cases as standard, with obligatory (and usually wholly false or spurious) allegations against the man taken very seriously, and the often common allegations against the woman being dismissed as not so.

        Something has gone deeply wrong. That these courts are in camera keeps the whole shoddy mess hidden.

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        • 90
          Socialism = Starvation says:

          You are probably in contempt of court for noticing, never mind writing about it.

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        • 115
          FFS says:

          Women are sugar and spice and all things nice. Consequently they cannot commit crime.

          If a woman appears to have commited a crime, it is the law that needs to be re-defined, not the woman’s behaviour that needs to change.

          Women never do anything wrong, ever, in the eyes of the law.

          The fact that many women are god-awful bitches that deliberately ruin the lives of other women and men around them by spreading malicious gossip, forming little gangs of bullies in the street and putting innocent people behind bars on false charges and all other manner of witchery should be quietly forgotten.

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          • A Ship's Lawyer says:

            The women prison population is at an all time high which scuppers your argument somewhat.

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          • FFS says:

            Much smaller than male prison population though, because there are no laws governing female bad behaviour.

            More women are going to prison now simply because there are more women in the criminal justice system that know the games they play and are not so easily duped as men.

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          • broderick crawford says:

            Women , have nowt to do wi ‘ em .

            Watch free porn instead.

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    • 36
      Jimmy says:

      Yes, and it’s made particularly difficult when people confuse the law at present with the dated legislation. A case of “Now then, Now then”

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      Maximus says:

      Reason points to a weapon of mass distraction.

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  16. 38
    Sally Bercow says:

    I wish to join the Jamaican bobsleigh team!

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    Round the Bend says:

    Things are going badly for the CPS when 50% of the charges are thrown out by the judge as the evidence is so flaky. The for the rest of the charges the jury are out for 2 hours and then come back with unanimous verdicts of not guilty.

    The CPS is poor, there is no other way to describe them.

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    Elsie Hargreaves 5 Railway Terrace Dewsbury says:

    I always knew that that nice Ken Barlow was innocent.

    How long were the Jury out?

    I mean to say they must have been back before they had their coffee and biscuits this morning and that really says it all.

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    Bob says:

    Apparently one of the victims had “no actual memory of the incident” yet Roache was still charged. Perhaps we should know he identity and that of the halfwit who decided to proceed with the case

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      A lesson from history says:

      I suspect it was “the public interest” factor that came into play given the whole Savile debacle and the need for CPS and Police to be seen to be taking such seriously to offset the years of everybody turning blind eye to Savile and allowing him to have keys to Broadmoor, access to Leeds Hospital and Girls Homes and free rein of the BBC without sanction from anybody despite several people having suspicions Dead men cannot be prosecuted but live men can. QED

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  20. 47
    Anonymous says:

    And the accuser will remain anonymous.

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    Casual Observer 6 says:

    When all comes out in the wash, there may be some disturbing parallels in this case with what Max Cl!fford and others did to the H’amilton’s back in the 90s and early 2000’s.

    UKIP could be a good party for this chap moving forward.

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    • 54
      Tony's 100 year secrecy rule says:

      Whatever you do…don’t mention D u n b l a n e or E l m G u e s t House.

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      • 67
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        G’eorge R’obertson as enabler for the p’aedo who shot those kids in order to restrict gun ownership rights to disarm the UK population.

        That should be mentioned, and mentioned very loudly.

        R’obertson may not be a p’aedophile himself, but he is a fucking treasonous c’unt.

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    • 136
      Anto Nym says:

      Hamilton WAS horribly stitched up by the Egyptian shopkeeper and his MSM acolytes.

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  22. 53
    Bill Roache says:

    I’ve got a certificate that says I’m not a pædophile. DO YOU?

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    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Yesterday when Miliband packed the shadow front bench with women, reminded me of games we used to play at school.

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    • 68
      Sir William Waide says:

      We weren’t allowed to bellow, gesture and squawk at each other like howler monkeys, alas.

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    • 87
      Perv says:

      Lower 3rd year (13 years old for those not familiar with how years were originally numbered) Seeing how far you could get your hand up a girl’s skirt before you got a slap, yep those were the days.

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    Sir William Waide says:

    They used to say that the one thing that would be believed of any man would be that he had turned to drink. Now it seems to be that he is a nonce. So we have become more dirty-minded and obsessed than our ‘Puritanical’ ancestors.

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    Returning to the Rovers Return says:

    “Outside court, he said: “In these situations there are no winners… we should be much kinder to ourselves.” He added: “If you’ll excuse me, I need to get back to work.”

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      These organisations spring up like weeds in a wet spring.

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      • 100
        C.O.Jones says:

        Many of them hoping for grants.

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      • 108
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        They sprung a few years ago.

        I suspect they are in the process of dying back now as their use is expired, and continued funding is not desirable as they do not add anything beneficial.

        Full fact is a particularly iffy operation as it does undermine investigative journalism: How can it fact check or act as arbiter on material which is only just being introduced into the public domain ?

        Provided the original journalism is kosher, the best that this concept can do here is re-investigate – which is what the rest of the media do anyway once a story has broken.

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    • 110
      Just Sayin' says:

      Were they on The Daily Politics with Andrew Neil just now? Introduced as a totally impartial group.

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  27. 83
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    When I mature and renounce my youthful socialist tendencies, I may walk unaccompanied in Warwick Cemetery and kiss the grave of Enoch Powell.

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    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Miliband’s job is almost complete, just another 15 months and he’ll lead Liebore to their worst ever defeat. Then he can skip the country for a cushy sinecure like his brother :-)

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    • 105
      C.O.Jones says:

      That’s true, then the Oxford University toff can be on his way.

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      • 124
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        Yes Dave will pick his own time to go say 2023, after picking his successor, who will go on to win a 3rd,4th and 5th Tory landslide in 2025,2030 & 2035.

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    Enemies in our own land says:

    Scum faced c-unt bitch muzee piece of shit.

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    • 128
      Anonymous says:

      Diversity ,Multi Culturism my arse! they despise us,they see us as infidels nothing more in about 50 years time they will run the country thru Sharia Law its too late.

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    • 133
      Anonymous says:

      The only thing worse than muzzies is cyclists. They think exactly the same – laws don’t apply to them.

      That brummy tw@ is going to get knocked if he keeps banging on people’s cars like that.

      Hope we see that on Youtube

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    • 134
      M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

      He had plenty of opportunity to slow down and let the mad bi­tch overtake. You have to accept there are bad drivers and take evasive action not seek a confrontation.

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    • 149
      Cinna says:

      Pains me to say this, but I’m in agreement with her. FFS why are you riding like a kamikaze in the middle of the road?

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      • 158
        bnon says:

        Speed humps. He had no choice. The only clear line through was between the humps. He’s on a racer so the gutter or talking the humps is not an option.

        He was doing 20 mph so she had no legal excuse to over take anyway so pulling over was not necessary

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        • 165
          broderick crawford says:

          As i ve forgotten all of the minute portion of the highway code i managed to retain to get me thru the driving test years ago can someone please tell me :

          can a cyclist legally ride on the offside , i thought he /she was supposed to keep to the nearside at all times ( ?? )

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    • 168
      Proftastic says:

      Cycloloon?
      Sorry but what you did wasn’t courteous. I cycle regularly and keep the peace by allowing cars to pass. Being a road hog is haram, no wonder the lady is upset.

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    MB. says:

    I wonder if any action will be taken against the people who made false allegations against him and others.

    I hope he and his employer now claim substantial damages from everyone concerned.

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    • 125
      A Ship's Lawyer says:

      No I think Miss Blackwell has already mentioned claiming costs from the taxpayer.

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      • 161
        MB. says:

        It’s a lot more than just legal costs, loss of a year’s income as well as all the stress etc. The taxpayer pays in the end but it is the only way to hurt the people who make the decisions to go ahead with prosecutions like these.

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    • 166
      broderick crawford says:

      yeah but that s the problem . i very much doubt if you can sue — at least successfully — for damages for loss of employment earnings , stress, family disruption etc merely for being wrongfully CHARGED with a crime .

      Wrongful CONVICTION … that s another matter .

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  31. 121
    Socialism = Starvation says:

    Pure co-incidence that Messrs Davidson and Roache are Conservative supporters.

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  32. 126
    RomaBob... says:

    Only took 40years,now that is what the CPS calls an early complaint.

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  33. 130
    dave con cameroon says:

    I am in glorious somerset, showing my mush under the rat-banner. Response Action Team.

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  34. 138
    Mike Baldwin says:

    Effing swizz. Why wasn’t I called to give evidence ?

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  35. 146
    Check Facts First says:

    I don`t think Max Clifford would be so demur on the steps of the court if he too were to be acquitted. Interesting times ahead.

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  36. 150
    Jimmy says:

    Jurors of course would not have been told of his membership of the conservative party.

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  37. 153
    broderick crawford says:

    CHRISTINA DE ARGY BARGY (AKA HURLY BURLY )SAYS

    i did not have full anal sexual intercourse with the POTUS .
    Oh he wanted it but I said firmly

    ” You are the Commander in Chief and the fuck stops here “

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  38. 170
    Keep the Faith says:

    He’s innocent – because the jury decided he was innocent. Would it have made a difference if they had been allowed to see his interview with Piers Morgan – the part when he said he had slept with around 1000 women and in his younger days had some form of sex addiction? His lawyers argued strongly to keep this evidence away from the jury, and the judge decided it was prejudicial. Impossible to know what the jury would have made of it. Impossible to know also why five women would provide the police with evidence of similar fact against him when – on the basis of the jury’s verdict – their claims were unbelievable. Will the police seek now to question those women? Will they be charged with wasting police time? And if not – why not?

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You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

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The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

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