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Old 08-08-2011, 01:36 PM
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I predict a riot
WTF!!!! the authorities need to sort these fuckin arseholes out double quick time

oooh someone's been shot, lets fuck off down to curry's and loot a flat screen tv
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Old 08-08-2011, 03:08 PM
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I predict a riot
Me too.

Shame the police didn't.

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lets fuck off down to curry's and loot a flat screen tv
Yeah. What complete and utter scum these people are. (Comet is far better.)
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Old 08-08-2011, 03:44 PM
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Me too.

Shame the police didn't.


Yeah. What complete and utter scum these people are. (Comet is far better.)
nonesense! they both sell the same stuff at the same price.......but it's not a cartel..... honest!
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Old 08-08-2011, 08:43 PM
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Pick up a few cases of Stella on your way home, will ya luv?
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Old 08-09-2011, 03:38 AM
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Conservative MP Nicky Morgan tweets:
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In MidEast people demonstrate for freedom/democracy. In Britain people riot to break in to Currys and Lidl.
Ouch.
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Old 08-09-2011, 09:09 AM
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LOL!
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Old 08-13-2011, 10:54 AM
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Shame the police didn't.
Ahh but they did, Deckerd. Just two years too early...

And even Nick Clegg warned of

Strange times...
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Old 08-13-2011, 01:34 PM
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Ahh but they did, Deckerd. Just two years too early...

And even Nick Clegg warned of

Strange times...
Well spotted BB.

Ah the internet. No longer can politicians rely on the electorate's forgetfulness.

Politicians like David Cameron for instance.

Here he is, this week, telling MPs the riots in cities across England were "criminality pure and simple"...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14485592

But it wasn't always that way, was it Dave...

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More than a decade ago, Tony Blair said we must be "tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime". He was right. No serious attempt to improve the quality of life in our communities can ignore the need to understand and deal with the root causes of criminal and antisocial behaviour. Blair has had nearly nine years in power. He could have mounted a systematic challenge to one-dimensional, knee-jerk populism. He could have put in its place a more thoughtful approach: one that improves policing and strengthens the criminal justice system while addressing the complex social, economic and emotional causes of crime and antisocial behaviour. Instead, he has put short-term tactics before long-term thinking. His approach to this issue has been driven by a desire, in his words, to come up with "eye-catching initiatives with which [he] can be personally associated". Remember the plan to march yobs to cashpoint machines? To ban alcohol on public transport? We've had 30 criminal justice acts since 1997; just nine in education. But passing new laws isn't a sign of toughness - it's often a sign of defeat.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2...nsandprobation

Bless.

Some more from Cameron circa 2006...

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Debating the symptoms rather than the causes won't get us very far. Because the fact is that the hoodie is a response to a problem, not a problem in itself.
Oh Dave, so what's with the crackdown on facemasks? I thought you didn't like "eyecatching initiatives"?

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The first thing is to recognise that we'll never get the answers right unless we understand what's gone wrong. Understanding the background, the reasons, the causes. It doesn't mean excusing crime but it will help us tackle it. When you see a child walking down the road, hoodie up, head down, moody, swaggering, dominating the pavement - think what has brought that child to that moment. If the first thing we have to do is understand what's gone wrong, the second thing is to realise that putting things right is not just about law enforcement.
..which'll be why you're lauching an emergency review on the use of curfews...

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Even the villain is clearly suffering from neglect and the absence of love. Crime, drugs, underage sex - this behaviour is wrong, but simply blaming the kids who get involved in it doesn't really get us much further.
"Criminality pure and simple"? No excuses? No time for all this sociological economical nonsense?

Looking back, I could almost have hugged the 2006 David Cameron.
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