Had a chat the other day with an Asst Commissioner of the Met on precisely those lines.Dangerous is the word that I would use...
The Met are worried about the potential for serious public disorder. What is happening in France could easily spread across the Channel. All of the right ingredients are there.Had a chat the other day with an Asst Commissioner of the Met on precisely those lines.
I'll add that to the total number of people currently taking Bagl0ck seriously which brings us up to, erm, up to... hang on while I get the calculator...I take everything Mrs Baggy says seriously
This statement is not true in any way at all
Why is this important for you?I'll add that to the total number of people currently taking Bagl0ck seriously which brings us up to, erm, up to... hang on while I get the calculator...
... ah yes, it brings us to a running total of just the one. Pretty impressive numbers of people taking Baggy seriously eh.
I am sensing that a percentage of the public are not exactly on Parliament's side, which is where things get interesting.
And who enabled this? One Theresa May.The political classes don’t seem to have registered how maxed out the security services and police are keeping militant Islam on a short leash, (after all, they snap their fingers and ever more police guard Westminster), .... and here they are, squealing like stuck pigs at the new threat from a very disgruntled and increasingly militant right wing they’ve single handed stirred up and unleashed.
Had a chat the other day with an Asst Commissioner of the Met on precisely those lines.
I may have mentioned this earlier:
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