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Most recent annotations on things by Bill Cash

  • barbara richards: Are you joking? Beating children is NOT going to solve anything - it will make matters even worse! When are you going to bring up the paedophiles who are destroying the lives of so many... (25 February 2009)
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  • barbara richards: "Magna Carta was about containing the power of the Crown and it subjected the Crown to the rule of law. It was also about ensuring that there was habeas corpus and a right to a fair trial." ... (9 February 2009)
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  • barbara richards: Absolutly! Well said Mr Cash! (3 February 2009)
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  • Bernard Keeffe: I am astonished that no honorable member condemns the iniquitous imposition of 12% interest on the Preference shares taken by the government for its capital boost. No bank can lend at 4 or 5% if... (21 January 2009)
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  • mick angel: Sadly the connection between the erosion of trust in the law and the secret trials that are sanctioned under this government is lost on most MPs. That this country has been complicit in torture... (7 May 2008)
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  • barbara richards: Mr Cash, You DO know the reason that our moral values are being eroded in this country. How do you expect goodness and true justice to prevail whilst people are prepared to tolerate secret... (7 May 2008)
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  • barbara richards: Thank you for speaking up for free speech on this issue Mr Cash. (7 May 2008)
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  • Frank Wood: It matters not how much talk there will be on going in the EU or not this country, in my opinion, will be 'sold down the line'as it was with Ted Heath. We will have to abide my the EU Laws... (12 December 2007)
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  • Janet Moseley: Thank goodness for some common sense at last on the issue of wind power. It has a huge environmental footprint for the return of a trickle of unpredictable, intermittent energy requiring backup... (6 December 2007)
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  • Janet Moseley: Thank goodness for some common sense at last on the issue of wind power. It has a huge environmental footprint for the return of a trickle of unpredictable, intermittent energy requiring backup... (6 December 2007)
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  • Janet Moseley: Thank goodness for some common sense at last on the issue of wind power. It has a huge environmental footprint for the return of a trickle of unpredictable, intermittent energy requiring backup... (6 December 2007)
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  • Brian Gallagher: At last, some common sense on the destructive pointlessness of industrialising our countryside with a cripplingly costly, failed technology. Germany has about 21,000 turbines and is held up... (3 December 2007)
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  • Jane Davis: We have been forced to effectively abandon our home and have been renting a house to sleep in for the past 18 months as we cannot sleep with the noises coming out of "our" nearby windfarm, 930 m... (3 December 2007)
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  • John Stuart: Extending this quarry would inevitably have a negative impact: a larger hole would be generated. However, it also would have neutral impacts: for example, traffic levels would continue much as... (22 September 2007)
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  • Robert Cannell: The Post Office in my village, Gnosall, is very well used. It is most unusual to be able to go straight to the counter without queueing. It is also part of a gift shop and forms part of that... (16 March 2007)
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  • Bruce Shaxson: Well done William Cash! many more of these comments from the Opposition will help to restore democracy to our country. Bruce Shaxson. (10 December 2006)
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  • Mark Bestford: We already are a police state effectively. I can be stopped and fined and have a criminal record without ever stepping into a court for trial. I can be arrested on little more than hearsay. ... (2 November 2006)
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  • Paul Smith: "the provisions in the Bill are inimical to the principles and liberties on which this country has been built." I couldn't agree more, we are in danger of becoming a police state and I will... (2 November 2006)
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  • I J: There is scope here for a joint approach involving, at least, the UK, the EU and the US. "President George W. Bush’s administration is drawing up plans to carry out the biggest overhaul of... (13 December 2005)
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  • I J: The effective audit of public finances all over the world is heavily constrained. Steps therefore to make the supply of aid conditional on the acceptance of international audit are a welcome... (21 October 2005)
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  • Sara : Dear Arsene, Please check the European Reform Forum's website for more information on it's work: www.european-reform.org The website is still being completed, but currently contains... (30 July 2005)
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  • arsene richard: By a european citizen worried about our common future. Dear Sirs, Please could you let us know what is the European Reform Forum? Is it a sort of a new European Convention? Does it have a... (30 June 2005)
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