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Most recent annotations on things by Philip Davies

  • Mike Woodhouse: Quite. (22 March 2016)
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  • George Morley: I hope that you will read my annotation to James Gray, Mr Davies. (15 September 2014)
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  • Marty York: The solution seems pretty obvious to me. Instead of saying 'I sentence you to six months imprisonment,' or whatever the wording is, judges should be clearer: e.g. 'I sentence you to a period of... (27 June 2012)
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  • Alan Elsegood: Philip Davies certainly puts matters in the way I would like to do personally. Let's walk away from this mish-mash of European Human Rights nonsense. (3 March 2011)
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  • william clewer: THANK YOU FOR SPEAKING UP FOR THE SMOKERS. I AM SEEING OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES BEING DESTROYED BY THIS DRACONIAN LAW. PUBS, CLUBS.BINGO HALLS SHOULD HAVE THE CHOICE TO ALLOW IF THEY WANT... (16 July 2010)
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  • Raymond Bray: At last someone who has hit the nail on the head. Those that do pay keep getting hit on for more and more and those that will not pay get away scot free. The same old same old. These are the... (20 June 2010)
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  • Alex Ross: Philip Davies has used this line before very recently in a debate with Andy Burnham. Quite simply there is evidence that this works, a Cancer Research study in 2008 looked through two decades... (24 June 2009)
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  • Alex Jones: Is not the creativity of young people trying to combat homophobia and recognise the humanity in a loving relationship between two humans not in fact something for my MP to celebrate rather than... (2 March 2009)
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  • Richard Fromholc: Dear Philip, for all the politicians the word "Equality" seems to be used only when it suits. What is equal about a child not being allowed to continue to have its loving and devoted father in... (19 December 2008)
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  • David Crabtree: Minimum wage rising annually more than the income I get generate in my business. If the minimum wage continues to rise,our business will close and the intention of securing good wages will be... (24 October 2008)
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  • Derek Bousfield: I can't really believe I'm agreeing with the conservative party, and the Right Honourable Gentleman here but I am (something I'm going to have to think long and hard about). I am totally and... (1 July 2008)
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  • stuart hardy: This should free information the public have a right to know what is going on,junior reporters cover these cases anyway so the cost is peanuts.......Stuart Hardy (9 May 2008)
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  • Tom Duff: At last! A member of parliament in touch with reality, who applies common sense and understands the real issues. I am a serving police officer and regularly investigate the same people time and... (3 April 2008)
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  • P SPIVEY: OLIVER, WELL PUT (6 March 2008)
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  • Oliver Keenan: It seems to me that the treasury minister gave a disgraceful answer to an important question raised in a proper way by an "honourable member". If only the British people at large read these... (4 March 2008)
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  • P SPIVEY: WELL SAID (30 January 2008)
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  • Christopher Ashley: Get building, British houses for Immigrants. Green fields for immigrants. Parks and gardens for yet more immigrant accommodation. Soon we can enjoy shanty towns too with the open door immigration... (10 November 2007)
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  • P SPIVEY: KEEP ON AT THEM, MR DAVIES (19 October 2007)
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  • C Whitehouse: Women's unequal position in society means that additional support is needed to ensure their needs and rights are met. This is especially true in the House of Commons where women are woefully... (30 July 2007)
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  • Tim Watts: Isn't it the removal of a person's liberty that is the purpose of prison? This is the punishment for being found guilty of a crime. The time spent there is not going to be the least bearable for... (20 July 2007)
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  • P SPIVEY: keep it up mr davies (18 July 2007)
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  • Richard Nettleingham: THE EVIDENT DETERIORATION OF STANDARDS IN PUBLIC LIFE On the grounds of fair public vigilance since 2004, some 9000 constituents have become aware of the deterioration in the integrity,... (15 July 2007)
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  • Richard Nettleingham: THE EVIDENT DETERIORATION OF STANDARDS IN PUBLIC LIFE On the grounds of fair public vigilance since 2004, some 9000 constituents have become aware of the deterioration in the integrity,... (15 July 2007)
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  • Raymond Bayes: Right on the Ball Mr Davies This subject - incapacity benefit - needs a regular airing -- Raymond Bayes (7 June 2007)
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  • shiham zavahir: Dear Mr Davies In relation to your new clause. As my wife wore the face veil. I can confirm that she was always checked at Heathrow airport whenever we travelled. Of course we understand why... (10 May 2007)
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