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  • Susan Buckley: Unfortnately, this Government does not actually have high standards of animal welfare, so is unable to maintain them, as a recent refusal to make CCTV cameras in slaughterhouses mandatory testifies. (22 March 2017)
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  • Garry Denke: Positive Waves for Stonehenge Gold Why don't you knock it off with them Negative Waves? Why don't you Dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don't you say something Righteous and Hopeful for... (26 January 2017)
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  • Chris Beazer: This doesn't answer the question. (1 December 2016)
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  • William Heath: This *does not* answer the question. But it does introduce the weasel words "as far as is possible" and "where appropriate" which allow for the entirety of secure online dealing including... (15 January 2015)
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  • Jeff Chipps: "We have returned some £93 million to victims, and denied the use of £2.5 billion-worth of assets that have been frozen by the courts." Well done Theresa May, in returning some money to where... (7 January 2015)
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  • Jane Davies: Here here George Morley, it's about time this government stopped this outrageous scam that steals from state pensioners. But then irony is not most politicians strong suit, they cannot see they... (6 January 2015)
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  • George Morley: Theresa May saays :"Under this Government, asset recovery has been stronger than ever before. We have recovered around £746 million of criminal assets. We have returned some £93 million to... (6 January 2015)
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  • Peter Forvik: A small step of progress perhaps, but much more is needed in North Yorkshire to even begin to restore the rule of law. North Yorkshire police turned a blind eye to a child rapist gang operating... (18 November 2014)
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  • Sabine McNeill: Well, that's progress, that Theresa May learns about Leah's ban and that she'll respond! (4 November 2014)
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  • Peter Forvik: The Independent Police Complaints Commission? Another cover up then? (15 October 2014)
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  • Jean James: There has been a public outcry about the appointing of Fiona Woolf, as she has too close a relationship with some who need investigating. (15 October 2014)
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  • Peter Forvik: When is Theresa May going to do something about this case? Please see: http://grandmabarbara.wordpress.com/ (3 September 2014)
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  • Robert Horner: well done Teresa may, a good answer to mr vaz and his usual diatribe,as usual though he will be totally deaf to the truth of your answer. (11 March 2014)
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  • Peter Haslegrave: Let us hope that the Home Secretary finally gets around to dealing with this case of police corruption as well: "The Hofschroer case has been on my desk for several years now. A widow in her... (25 June 2013)
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  • George Morley: It would seem from the response by the Home Secretary that she also disagrees with the freezing of ex-pat pensioners who are denied the indexing of their pensions for no plausible reason. This is... (11 June 2013)
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  • Peter Haslegrave: And a few more, just to make the point clear: http://www.upsd.co.uk/police-perjurors/ http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/crime -courts/detective-jailed-for-bid-to-sell... (5 March 2013)
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  • Peter Haslegrave: Sorry, forgot this one: http://www.theyworkforyou.com/lords/?id= 2012-05-15a.258.7&s=Hofschroer#g332.0: (5 March 2013)
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  • Peter Haslegrave: Police corruption a minority activity? Do see: http://www.real-whitby.co.uk/formal-chal lenge-to-n-yorks-police-annual-accounts http://www.real-whitby.co.uk/n-yorks-pol... (5 March 2013)
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  • Harry McCulla: There is no such thing as an 'illicit' or 'illegal' drug, please stick with the correct term - 'controlled'. Are there to be no restrictions on prescription drugs? Are prescription drugs not... (15 January 2013)
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  • Harry McCulla: This is about driving while impaired through drug use, so why is there a need for a medical defence if someone has taken a controlled drug? The drug doesn't know whether someone has a... (15 January 2013)
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  • Marty York: National Security is the first duty of government and should come before high-minded principles such as acting within the law. This terrorist should not be allowed walk out of gaol, at any cost. (13 November 2012)
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  • Diana Smith: I was attacked and raped in 1999 and Lincolnshire Police failed to file my Victim Support Statement. John Barkers Solicitors were acting for me and insisted the matter was one for the police to... (8 November 2012)
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  • Jean James: Mr. Steve Messham most clearly stated ON TELEVISION, for all to see and hear, that he was SILENCED, during the first investigation, when he spoke about being taken to hotels and raped by a... (7 November 2012)
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  • Peter Morris: IT MIGHT BE TRUE THAT THERE IS NO COMPLACENCY IN GOVERNMENT BUT WHAT ABOUT COMPLACENCY AT THE PRIVATE SECTOR FIRM 4GS? Oh, and what about the argument that the private sector is more efficient... (13 July 2012)
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  • John Catley: When this dreadful police force was told by a former Home Secretary that they should learn lessons following the suicide of Fiona and her daughter I would have thought that they would have taken... (10 July 2012)
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