Politics through the Courts

Why do people keep answering for @Northern_Biff?

Does he have a number of socks or a series of ardent admirers?
 

HCL

LE
So no answer then.

I do have an answer for you but I doubt you'll like it. I've served with lads with daggers on their sleevies, or top or bottom wings on their arms, yet for someone who says he's earned both, you're the most negative poster on this site. How did you pass selection without displaying the fortitude of can do to the clipboarders?

Stop being a bitter nugget of a muppet.
 
Haven't a clue as I'm not privvy to the EU headsheds' thinking but, seeing as it's you, have a go at answering these while you give your a head a wobble:
  1. Why do you think we, the Brits, would know what a quasi nascent super power fanatsies about?
  2. Do you think they'll be sending gunboats up through St George's Channel to run cutting out ops on British shipping sailing across the Irish sea?
  3. Maybe the EU is attemping to generate a manufactured casus belli as a continental-wide unifier for the E27 (kind of a 21st centiury Jenkinski's Ear) what do you think?
  4. Does the RN still have cutlasses and belaying pins on their ships 1157/1032s? Will we able to find a supplier if they don't? Will it be a UK supplier, do you think? Or should we just go with the cheapest bid and source from ShitInThe StreetiStan?
The crusty one or the failed blue polyester armorer will probably be along shortly to either mangle our native tongue or post a Twister to WK you, if not I'm certain you're capable of derialing other threads all on your own in the meantime.
I'll leave the mangling and the fantasies to yourself. Carry on Mr Hyperbole....
 

HCL

LE
I'll leave the mangling and the fantasies to yourself. Carry on Mr Hyperbole....


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What happens when the failed blue polyester armorer's attempt to understand sarcasm and nearly gets it.
 
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What happens when the failed blue polyester armorer's attempt to understand sarcasm and nearly gets it.
Sure...

Another sock with a grudge...if I keep on failing like I am I'll stay happy. Away back to blaming the nasty people whoa re picking on us.
 

HCL

LE
Sure...

Another sock with a grudge...if I keep on failing like I am I'll stay happy. Away back to blaming the nasty people whoa re picking on us.

I'll take that as a confirmation that you were definitely triggered.

Away you go now, off to count your concrete bombs, like a good little erk.
 
I'll take that as a confirmation that you were definitely triggered.
Not at all sockie but not surprised it's the level of your ambition.
Away you go now, off to count your concrete bombs, like a good little erk.
Have you been reading Biggles again?
 
I do have an answer for you but I doubt you'll like it. I've served with lads with daggers on their sleevies, or top or bottom wings on their arms, yet for someone who says he's earned both, you're the most negative poster on this site. How did you pass selection without displaying the fortitude of can do to the clipboarders?

Stop being a bitter nugget of a muppet.

As someone who appears to have earned neither, I’m not sure you are in a position to comment on what is or isn’t required.
 
Did you sleep through the whole SNP investigation into AS, which was botched and he was awarded £500,000 ?

There should have been NO SNP investigation. It should have been passed straight to the relevant ( Police ) authority.

As to what specific offences under The Sexual Offences Act 2006. I cannot actually remember them but I think there was over 12 charges laid against him.

Did you sleep through the whole expenses scandal ? ( Fraud )

Did you sleep through the Passports for cash Scandal ? ( Bribery and corruption )

That's just off the top of my head.

Perhaps it should be swept under the carpet as some of it was Labour MP's.

Re the bold
I think you and Wets are at crossed purposes.

You are saying it should be passed to the police

He is saying cite an example where infomation if a crime was passed to the Police and the police didnt act.

Ive no doubt that wrt the bolded he is in agreement.

As for his question - examples of police ignoring crimes
Grooming gangs
And an awful lot of the thievery and low level thuggery commited by those Oirish Caravan Utilising Nomadic Traders
 
The courts do have a place in democracy as a pillar against the excesses of government.

Transparency is also one of the pillars of democracy.
They do. But when it's blatantly obvious one group is reporting to the courts to overturn legally achieved proceedings in the Commons it gets a little worrying....
 
They do. But when it's blatantly obvious one group is reporting to the courts to overturn legally achieved proceedings in the Commons it gets a little worrying....
I think it is important that the present system remains, if the complaint is evidential and carried then the system is doing it's job.

Maybe if the government did its job properly there would be no grounds for complaint as the legislation would not have the holes in it that is so inviting.

There should not be a barrier to the electorate holding the government to task and they should not complain when it is their own lack of tranparency that hangs them.

The vexatious complaints are another issue.
 
I think it is important that the present system remains, if the complaint is evidential and carried then the system is doing it's job.

Maybe if the government did its job properly there would be no grounds for complaint as the legislation would not have the holes in it that is so inviting.

There should not be a barrier to the electorate holding the government to task and they should not complain when it is their own lack of tranparency that hangs them.

The vexatious complaints are another issue.
Badly written and incoherent legislation. A speciality of the Bliar years and getting worse, even being used by the SNP for petty political reasons.

I have no issue with the Courts being used by parties with an interest when legislation is so badly written no one can understand what's intended.

What I do have an issue with is the Courts unwisely getting involved in constitutional matters.

The Supreme Court did itself no favour with it's illogical and unwise ruling on prorogution. Reading the ruling was a lesson in supposedly intelligent and learned people being very stupid.

Wisely the Scottish Higher Court kicked a case on the legality of referendums over Scottish independence out of touch by refusing to rule on a purely hypothetical matter.
 
A Government can never do its job properly - There will always be a section of society that is disenfranchised.

The best a Government can hope for is to work for the majority
That would indicate we need a centrist government rather than the pendulum of commy/capitalism we are trapped with.
 
No.

The extremes need to be moderated so their impact has little effect on the majority. (Idealism mode off)
But that’s supposedly Parliament’s job, it is after all a concept of justice.on the other hand in totalitarian states, since there is no opposition and thus no concept of a majority there would be no democracy and change would be impeded
 
But that’s supposedly Parliament’s job, it is after all a concept of justice.on the other hand in totalitarian states, since there is no opposition and thus no concept of a majority there would be no democracy and change would be impeded
Is not an element of our unwritten constitution the ability to exercise our right to hold government accountable when they are without the laws they are responsible to uphold.
 

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