Cameron gets his war

Thursday, 03 December 2015 09:58

David Cameron finally gets his way war

December 2015 and little David Cameron finally gets what he wanted for Christmas, his very own war. Yes, at last, little David joins Tony Blair and others before him in starting a war. It's taken time and he's had to rely on support from those nasty rough kids on the other side of the street, but finally he's going to get the thing he really wanted.

Gung Ho friends have been telling him that he really needs to keep pestering and eventually he will get his own way, just like he did over the last two really important things that he wanted, gay marriage and the Cameron cost - a charge on plastic bags.

Now little David really feels satisfied and happy and will write a 'thank you' note to santa using the blood of the innocents that he's condemned and mentally tot up how much taxpayers' money he's wasting.

 

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Can airport security staff assault passengers?

Sunday, 12 April 2009 14:20

Is it possible for security staff at airports to assault passengers?

This is a question that needs to be answered urgently by the UK Department of Transport. Millions of passengers travel through UK airports each year and every one of them is subjected to security searches. Every passenger who triggers the metal detector is 'body searched' which means that a security person of the same sex feels them.

How is the passenger to complain when they experience innapropriate pressure on parts of their body or fingers and other parts of the searcher being placed within their clothes?

This is a serious matter that needs immediate clarification.

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Trust in me - I have all the answers

Some people are cynical about politicians and joke about it . . .

Q: How do you know when a politician in lying?

A: Their lips are moving!

What has gone wrong for NuLabour and why do we want to see the back of them?

I suggest that it comes down to trust.

There is no longer any trust between the people and the government.

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