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  • Ramesh Chaudhari: APPLICATION DETAILS Applicant Name : Mr Smit Ramesh CHAUDHARI Application Ref No : 2918108568 Birth Date : 28 March 2014 Birth Place : Ahmedabad, India Applied From : India Honorable... (28 January 2015)
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  • Jean James: "Recorded crime has dropped yet again".... there is no disputing the fact that police are refusing to record crime reports, particularly when they have no intention of investigating them. ... (24 October 2013)
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  • Peter Reynolds: James Brokenshire's usual broken logic, broken ideas and determination to break Britain. How does the legality of "legal highs" trump the FACT that banning substances always leads to an... (22 May 2012)
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  • Cure Ukay: How can something have no medicinal benefit in its raw form but when mixed with alcohol suddenly does? Do you realise that the alcohol in Sativex actually reduces the effectiveness of the... (13 May 2011)
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  • James Barker: "We do not condone any illicit drug taking, for whatever reason." Morphine, ritalin, amphetamine, heroin, benzos? The legal term for the peculiar logic here is Malum prohibitum, meaning... (11 May 2011)
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  • Jayelle Farmer: The "classification of illegality" has no influence on behaviour and is not a "meaningful factor" for the simple reason that people do not contemplate taking drugs - people just take them -... (11 May 2011)
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  • Jayelle Farmer: Cannabis prohibition in the UK has failed to reduce cannabis use by all age groups. In fact, if anything, many minors are attracted to cannabis use by the edge of its illegality. UK gov has no... (11 May 2011)
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  • Nik Morris: What's more harmful, Sativex, Cannabis or Prohibition? (10 May 2011)
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  • Peter Reynolds: Cannabis and Saivex are pharmacologically identical. Brokenshire's answer is nonsense. (10 May 2011)
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  • Nik Morris: Dear Sir, Would you care to comment on the BMJ article(http://www.bmj.com/) contained on the link that follows? http://www.scribd.com/doc/49465138/Shoul... (26 February 2011)
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  • Nik Morris: I wrote to Mr Brokenshire on the subject of cocaine purity, to question him on his research. To James Brokenshire. Dear Sir, During a recent drugs debate you said, "I would also take issue... (28 January 2011)
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  • Harry McCulla: Alcohol can be legally bought - does that imply it is harmless? Clearly not, so it needs to be banned following this logic. (24 January 2011)
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  • Chris Beazer: So our government continues to stick its head in the sand and pretend that making drugs illegal somehow stops people taking them. The statement "many drugs such as heroin and crack cocaine are... (10 September 2010)
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  • stinky will: Give them jobs at radio 1 (12 June 2009)
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  • stinky will: "It feels no prohibition on playing music that might glamorise gang violence or drug culture" Hardly a charge that soley applys to illegal broadcasting. And it should not be forgotten that... (12 June 2009)
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  • Alix Cull: I thank Br.Brokenshire for his inclusion of the mentally ill as vulnerable people, the young ones being specially vulnerable in being drawn into drug addiction and gang culture. I hope that he... (2 March 2009)
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  • Paul Middleton: I have to admit - this made me laugh out loud. I like James. he is real. It is such a shame we will lose him at the next election - the local area where I live will be covered by Angela... (16 October 2007)
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  • Pauline Campbell: Torture, savage beatings, death threats, and sexual assault inflicted on inmates - this is HMP Wormwood Scrubs under a so-called modern Labour Government: The Guardian 13 November 2006... (22 December 2006)
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  • Mark Bestford: I agree that the assessment made is flawed. A pirate radio station can actually be set up for next to no cost equipment wise if the person knows what they are doing. I recall one of the kids at... (25 October 2006)
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  • Andy Stewart: I see yet again we have a poorly informed view of pirate radio from "above" Firstly, Yes SOME pirates do use poor quality gear but have you stoped to ask why? If ofcom are going to take it, Why... (25 October 2006)
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  • Duncan Morris: Is banning samurai swords going to save a single life???? hmmmmmm!!!! What is this bill supposed to do? Stop Psyco's killing and maiming? I can't see that happening! It will not save a... (19 September 2006)
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  • Michael Hardy: Here we go again,...lets ban something else in this nanny state we are now living,...now lets ban samurai swords because some people get a kick out of handing them in at police stations during an... (9 September 2006)
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  • molijana : Third Parties? Who is meant by this? I am unsure of who this refers to... (19 July 2006)
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  • Laurence Pumfleet: James Brokenshire is correct in his opposition to this planned scheme and he has my full support and those of a vast majority of Rainham residents. However, the main reason for opposing the... (9 March 2006)
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  • Gerald Law: And of course, there are veterans who served the interests of both this country and those of a friendly Commonwealth nation in its hour of need.Now that the Malaysians wish to honour the... (7 March 2006)
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