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Most recent annotations on things by Charles Walker

  • Mark Williams: Cutting through all the waffle (filibustering?), the Bainbridge example is 4962 tonnes per hectare---or 2008 tonnes per obsolete imperial acre. Surely the self-proclaimed adherent to `fact' is... (24 November 2016)
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  • Dee Speers: Stigma is like the pupil of an eye, the more light you let in the more it contracts. Education EDUCATION! EDUCATION! eg: Starting with young children and making it part of general discussion aka... (15 June 2012)
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  • Dee Speers: Thank you Charles Walker, for your openness and honesty in sharing your experience of a mental health condition with us all. RESPECT! (15 June 2012)
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  • Marwan Elfallah: Dear Rht Honourable Mr Walker, I strongly urge you to push forward a debate on this. Securak act illegally and it disappoints me that police treat this as a civil matter to criminal. I know... (22 December 2011)
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  • Brian Perry: Charles, Well said, I am not for leaving Europe I believe we ought to renegotiate with Europe. Brian Perry (25 October 2011)
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  • Jayelle Farmer: It is absolutely preposterous for an MP to admit to a lack of medical qualification concerning cannabis and then to launch into a tirade of biassed medically-unsubstantiated rhetoric. Here are... (13 June 2011)
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  • Brian Colquhoun: You forgot to add about the healing power of cocaine Desmond, as far as I can make out from this morons statement if all the kids turn to cocaine all these problems will be solved children won't... (11 June 2011)
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  • Desmond Humphrey: we are talking about the young kids of the UK being able to get there hands on street cannabis from criminal street dealers, dealers who only ask for your ten pound note as a form of ID, dealers... (11 June 2011)
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  • Brian Colquhoun: If anyone is getting a headache or sore eyes from reading this drivel may I suggest injecting street heroin rather than using paracetamol. Paracetamol actually kills more people every year than... (11 June 2011)
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  • jim l: Thank you Charles Walker !!!..., You have just made the most AMAZING water tight case for the need for REAL EDUCATION, regulation and stringent control of cannabis. Well done.., and thank... (10 June 2011)
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  • wayne sullivan: Statistics show that there is a far more likely cause of psychosis from the cocktail of chemicals added to nicotine or drinking alcohol which we all know both cause huge damage and massive cost... (10 June 2011)
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  • Angus : Charles Walker MP may not be an expert clinician or scientist, but he has done a rather expert job of making cannabis psychosis appear to be fact, when the evidence to support a causal link... (10 June 2011)
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  • Jeff Ditchfield: If alcohol was prohibited then Charles would be saying that whiskey is 10 times stronger than beer and consumers do not know what they are getting. If you believe that CBD and THC levels are... (10 June 2011)
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  • John Leeson: First of all the removal of CBD from cannabis (not that this is wholly true) has occurred because cannabis is unregulated there is no quality control on any cannabis in the UK. It would be pretty... (10 June 2011)
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  • Darryl Bickler: This speaker knows nothing of LSD and yet he digs up propaganda from the Nixon administration to justify his abstinence. His abstinence is fine, but just because he cannot join in doesn't mean... (10 June 2011)
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  • Darryl Bickler: Really for the speaker to admit to not being an expert, and then to make a long speech about the subject is quite absurd. I appreciate genuine concern, but this contribution makes no attempt to... (10 June 2011)
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  • Dee Speers: Thank you Mr Walker, for voicing your attitude to public duty "have a duty to represent the people who elect us" We all have a duty to each other as human beings and we can only rely on public... (3 November 2010)
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  • Alix Cull: Dear Sirs, There has been little thought given to rehabilitation both of prisoners, including those who are mentally ill and should not be there in the first place, but especially to those who... (26 November 2009)
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  • Kevin Wells: Because Gordon Brown is a coward and is scarred of what he might hear. (2 July 2009)
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  • John Byng: I must congratulate Charles Walker on his final remarks. Yes we owe it to future generations to cut back now. Not business as usual but frugality now. The good news is that this seeming... (28 April 2009)
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  • Mark Williams: Notwithstanding any argument about saving money at Chase Farm and QE2, I can't find any part of the Broxbourne constituency which is more than 15 miles from either Harlow or Barnet A&E by road. (16 January 2009)
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  • Brian Perry: Its about time that this Government sorted things out before the wheel falls off, not wait until things go wrong and then see who they can blame (14 October 2008)
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  • Brian Perry: Surely the Minister's comment should have been , "to ensure that justice will be done, and will be seen to be done", and not, "to ensure that justice can be done, and can be seen to be done". (16 July 2008)
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  • Brian Perry: Well said Charles, I am sure some of the speakers just love the sound of their own voice. (20 November 2007)
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  • Nick Axford: Having just seen Hostel: Part II, I wish that MPs would watch films before they complain about them. Whilst there are scenes of torture in the film, they are not from beginning to end, only a... (14 November 2007)
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