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  • Jean James: Maybe it has to be made clear in law that it includes gratuities and entertainment. Maybe the government also has to ban membership in secret societies FOR ALL PUBLIC SERVANTS, including judges,... (7 July 2011)
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  • Jean James: The IPCC is a joke and does not fool the public. Get the FBI or Europol to investigate and stop the tomfoolery. (7 July 2011)
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  • Sabine McNeill: Current communication technologies define "public interest". There are injunctions for celebrities and there are injunctions to gag victims of public institutions. Parents whose children are... (24 May 2011)
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  • Jean James: ..... or to change it to suit the demands of the public who appointed you............. (24 May 2011)
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  • Jean James: Britain's attempts to rule the world through super-injunctions has made them an international laughing stock and other countries have freedom of speech, which they cherish, not like the UK.... (24 May 2011)
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  • thirdchamber.org.uk : "As for the hon. Lady's suggestion that in some way this case would have been treated differently had it involved the death of a police officer, I have no reason to think that that is the case."... (27 July 2010)
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  • Ben Hutchings: Foy in the county of Herefordshire (30 October 2009)
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  • Francis Barton: I don't get the reference to 'Foy in the county of Herefordshire'? (22 October 2009)
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  • Daniel Smith: Hear hear! Put rather more eloquently than I managed in a letter to my local MP - as it happens my first ever remotely politically motivated action (perhaps unsurprisingly, being a Labour member... (17 March 2009)
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  • Simon white: Deuteronomy Ch 28 v 43 "The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high;& thou shalt come down vey low. He shall lend to thee,& thou shalt not lend to him:he shall be thy... (27 January 2009)
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  • Simon Cartwright: http://jforjustice.co.uk/77/ The above video was made by a muslim and is a very interesting account of the circumstances surrounding the 7/7 London bombings. ... (22 July 2008)
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  • Jenny S-T: Why are they debating detailed phrasing rather than why we haven't had a referendum? (28 February 2008)
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  • Matthew Willis: Delighted to read quotes from Dominic Grieve with regard to overly intrusive powers of the State and breach of Human Rights Issues. (23 October 2007)
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  • Neil Richardson: New Labour continually make a powerful case for taking themselves out of government altogether. I guess we've got the government we deserve. Again. (8 November 2005)
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  • Neil Richardson: New Labour continually make a powerful case for taking themselves out of government altogether. I guess we've got the government we deserve. Again. (8 November 2005)
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  • Roger Peck: Excellent contribution (13 July 2005)
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  • Jamie Horne: In reference to Barry's question - here is a breakdown of the background of MPs (from the 3 main parties only) elected in 2001 as a percentage of their total number - Professions ... (16 March 2005)
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  • Jamie Horne: In reference to Barry's question - here is a breakdown of the background of MPs (from the 3 main parties only) elected in 2001 as a percentage of their total number - Professions ... (16 March 2005)
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  • Julian Todd: Well, this is always a problem with any system of power. Those at the top are not in touch with those at the bottom who's lives they have the power to mess about with. However, the... (15 March 2005)
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  • Barry Dawson: But Judges ARE subject to appeal systems, which a current Home Secretary would not be, and as so many of our MP's are Lawyers anyway,(does anybody know exactly how many?) yet cannot agree on... (13 March 2005)
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  • Graham Bream: Dear Sir I cannot see why Dominic Grieve and his conservative colleagues wish that a judge should be in control. They are unelected and for most of them not in touch with the people in this... (13 March 2005)
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  • Alex Dakers: This is a human rights as well as a constitutional issue. You may wish to seek legal advice. Personal DNA is private property! As is your blood, arms and legs The Human Rights Act 1998... (19 September 2004)
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  • Jim Whiting: Being someone who was arrested (for the first time in my life) on the back of a totally false allegation of sexual abuse 26 years ago, I am horrified that both my DNA & Fingerprints can now be... (30 August 2004)
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