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Most recent annotations on things by Edward Leigh

  • George Morley: I totally agree with Edward Leigh having lived in Scunthorpe, Boston, Lincoln, Stamford and Gainsborough at various times and there are brilliant schools in these areas where my children were... (18 March 2016)
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  • John Mitchell: There is nothing to fear but fear its self! Before the internet, the GPO had a section opening and reading mail. in the 20's, at speakers corner, the security services monitored what people were... (7 January 2015)
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  • John Mitchell: I could not agree more. I paid, in tax, my parent pension, my children pay mine. Who will pay theirs? We do need to import knowledge be it the wheel, glass, cast iron or modern technology! We... (11 December 2014)
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  • John Mitchell: Surely OUR benefits system is also "contributory" First, you need a N.I. number! Why not give those ONLY to those with "Residents" permits, those permits ONLY issued to those with a means of... (4 November 2014)
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  • Jean James: Cutting bureaucracy may have been interpreted by police as non-recording of crime/incident reports. (15 October 2014)
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  • John Mitchell: I and I am sure, many others will agree whole heartedly with you. As a former soldier and NGO worker, I have a foot in both camps. If we are to tie one to a minimum %, then ALL major departments... (15 September 2014)
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  • John Mitchell: I could not agree more with Edward Leigh. Many seem to want "hands on" contact with many organisations, without having to do any of the training required by such "bodies" Our contract workers... (11 April 2014)
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  • John Mitchell: I could not agree more. We have some good quality females in parliament, to add by % would not do their quality justice. That we have so few in politics could be A. That local parties are not... (28 February 2014)
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  • James Spencer: Summary of Aidan O'Neill's legal opinion: http://c4m.org.uk/downloads/legalopinion summary.pdf (13 December 2012)
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  • Mr Raymond Neal: I no longer trust supermarkets with my meat. I buy from a reputable butcher in Wales, who guaranties his meat is reared and slaughtered in the UK. He also states that they do not sell meat that... (4 April 2011)
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  • Susan Kirby: There are no major or minor candidates during an election; each has equal standing to attack - I would prefer 'tackle' - the stance of his opponent. But lying and smearing another candidate is... (10 November 2010)
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  • Kaihsu Tai: Recently referred to in another debate http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debate/?id =2009-03-27a.561.1 (31 March 2009)
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  • Subhi Zora: Dear Right Hon. Mr Edward Leigh I would like to sincerely congratulate you and your Hon. Colleagues in Parliament for debating this long-awaited issue of the Christians of Iraq. I am a Chaldean... (28 December 2008)
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  • Sean Brennan: Mr Leigh should be applauded for these comments. They are both hilarious and wholly correct. As my local MP this makes me chuckle. Whilst disagreeing with everything Mr Leigh stands for (apart... (18 December 2008)
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  • Kit Bathgate: This is about more than the right to life. Mr Leigh is speaking on behalf of a foetus' 'right' to live at the expense of another living person's body. (The mother, that is. Remember her? She... (21 May 2008)
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  • Nigel Perry: Well done Edward Leigh for being so robust in his correction of the ludicrous figures for motorcycle tax evasion that were given to the Committe by the DfT. Motorcyclists have to suffer enough... (16 May 2008)
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  • I J: The PAC must therefore be worried that London has a #1 rating for fraud. Transparency International recently named the City of London the number-one home in the world for the fruits of... (24 January 2008)
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  • neil scott: dont you think its dictatorship when some innocent dies because of this countries influences,like saddam a war of powers (25 January 2007)
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  • John Higgins: I feel that the sectarian act of settlement is an affront to Britains 6 million Roman Catholics.It is a denial of human rights,and should be tested in the European courts of justice. Just think... (3 December 2006)
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  • charlotte Cornwell: Currently resident in the US, and working teaching freshmen undergrads in a major university, I am amazed that anyone would dare to sight high schools or the education system in general in the US... (16 March 2006)
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  • Neil Richardson: !!!!!!!!!! (4 February 2006)
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  • Neil Richardson: Exactly! (4 February 2006)
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  • I J: What powers has Parliament given the PAC watchdog? The increase in the UK's contribution to the EU is receiving much attention. And what of the huge disparity in military spending in the EU. ... (21 December 2005)
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  • I J: How long before a public enquiry? The lack of oversight elsewhere is attracting much attention. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/con tent/article/2005/12/17/AR2005121700992.... (20 December 2005)
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