Congolese Rapist may remain in Uk. What the hell???

#2
Whet will be along soon recomending that he should be moved to a sparsely populated part of Britain.
 
#6
Well,who voted for Bliar and co.three times?You sowed the wind,now your reaping the whirlwind. Now you have a chance to change things,over to you at the next election.If you cannot hold your "elected representatives" to account before they are elected,maybe you get the Gobment you deserve.The judges are only applying the law as enacted by "Parliament" or has been imposed by Brussels. Take your next hopeful M.P. to task before the next election and ask the relevant questions and cast your vote accordingly.
 
#7
Looks like somebody in one department of the Home Office badly screwed up, should have talked to someone else in another department before they took the decision to let this guy have a reprieve thus allowing him to marry his congolese girlfriend who became a german national. What a mess! Hopefully the Home Office official's head will roll for allowing Alphonse Semo to have a certificate of approval to wed.

It could only happen here....
 
#8
RearWords said:
Looks like somebody in one department of the Home Office badly screwed up, should have talked to someone else in another department before they took the decision to let this guy have a reprieve thus allowing him to marry his congolese girlfriend who became a german national. What a mess! Hopefully the Home Office official's head will roll for allowing Alphonse Semo to have a certificate of approval to wed.

It could only happen here....
In the old days it was called S.N.A.F.U./F.U.B.A.R.
 

Command_doh

LE
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#9
This kind of thing happens far more than the average person realises. The phrase 'any and all means to stay - exhaustively used' would be most relevant. EEA dependency (spousal, child, elderly parent, cousins's brothers' uncle twice removed ;) ) permits could potentially be seen as a rather nifty loophole to remain here if all else fails. Allegedly.
 
#10
Let him marry her and then fcuk them BOTH off to germany, simples.
Fcuking HRA has a lot to answer for.
Roll on May.

CG
 
#12
stacker1 said:
Whet will be along soon recomending that he should be moved to a sparsely populated part of Britain.
Perhaps someone should suggest to the idiots in westminster that "whet" is quite happy for several of the immigrant muggers, rapists & murderer's be accomodated next door to him, as he has few if any in his area at the moment. He might even provide lodgings if they made it worth his while! :twisted: :twisted:
 
#13
blonde_guy said:
Chicken_George said:
HRA has a lot to answer for
How easy would it be, provided Labour aren't running the nation in May, for this act to be repealed?
Have'nt France, Italy and Germany already opted out of any parts of the EHRA that might have caused problems to their criminal justice systems?
 
#14
Just read the local rag here and there are 2 child sex offenders who have absconded and Northumbria Police wont name them to protect THEIR rights.

No doubt they will wait till they reoffend and some child is raped or murdered before they do anything then it will be the usual "Lessons learned.. systemic failures" etc with no one held to account.

This is what happens when you allow criminals into parliament... they make laws to look after their own.
 
#15
I'm still acclimatising to the 66 year old great grand mother who was set up in a 'sting operation'; bagged and tagged for selling a goldfish to a 14 year old!!!!!!!! Apparently you have to be 16 years old to buy a goldfish in UK these days and which as a consequence she experienced the full majesty of our law.
 
#16
Alec_Lomas said:
I'm still acclimatising to the 66 year old great grand mother who was set up in a 'sting operation'; bagged and tagged for selling a goldfish to a 14 year old!!!!!!!! Apparently you have to be 16 years old to buy a goldfish in UK these days and which as a consequence she experienced the full majesty of our law.
No previous convictions and a £1000 fine to boot... nice to see the local councils getting their priorities right.. the streets are now safer to walk.
 
#17
InVinoVeritas said:
Alec_Lomas said:
I'm still acclimatising to the 66 year old great grand mother who was set up in a 'sting operation'; bagged and tagged for selling a goldfish to a 14 year old!!!!!!!! Apparently you have to be 16 years old to buy a goldfish in UK these days and which as a consequence she experienced the full majesty of our law.
No previous convictions and a £1000 fine to boot... nice to see the local councils getting their priorities right.. the streets are now safer to walk.
Listened to it on the Vine Show on Radio 2 at lunchtime. And there was a vegan on who thought she got off lightly. Fukkin' person needs garroting with his own tonsils. He's probably a left wing councillor to boot. Knobber!

Right, where's my bus pass nurse? I'm off to the school gates.
 
#18
Norfolknchance said:
InVinoVeritas said:
Alec_Lomas said:
I'm still acclimatising to the 66 year old great grand mother who was set up in a 'sting operation'; bagged and tagged for selling a goldfish to a 14 year old!!!!!!!! Apparently you have to be 16 years old to buy a goldfish in UK these days and which as a consequence she experienced the full majesty of our law.
No previous convictions and a £1000 fine to boot... nice to see the local councils getting their priorities right.. the streets are now safer to walk.
Listened to it on the Vine Show on Radio 2 at lunchtime. And there was a vegan on who thought she got off lightly. Fukkin' person needs garroting with his own tonsils. He's probably a left wing councillor to boot. Knobber!

Right, where's my OUTRAGE BUS pass nurse? I'm off to the school gates.
Fixed it for you. :D
 
#19
Kids got off early for Easter so back now! This Congolese chap, yet another oxygen thief. Isn't it about time someone stood up and said that if you commit a crime in our country, you get a one way ticket back to the sh1tehole from whence you came?
 

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