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Is this the case where the police man stole his own notebook when he retired and then published parts of it as evidence in a newspaper before it was presented in court. WHen in 2008 lots of PC had Limeware and its associated downloaded porn. Where instead of 'no comment' about his meeting with the female journ he gave his side of the story ... it did not tally with her version and her version was plausible .... so he is gulity. Sounds like a stich up to me.

 Like in another case when asked if the person had been to say  ... Newquay .... no was the answer, never been  .... police came back and say you have lied you have been to Newquay ... in 1961 when you were three .... you are a LIER and we got you bang to rights.

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15 minutes ago, satch said:

Is this the case where the police man stole his own notebook when he retired and then published parts of it as evidence in a newspaper before it was presented in court. WHen in 2008 lots of PC had Limeware and its associated downloaded porn. Where instead of 'no comment' about his meeting with the female journ he gave his side of the story ... it did not tally with her version and her version was plausible .... so he is gulity. Sounds like a stich up to me.

 Like in another case when asked if the person had been to say  ... Newquay .... no was the answer, never been  .... police came back and say you have lied you have been to Newquay ... in 1961 when you were three .... you are a LIER and we got you bang to rights.

Remember: NTTTP

Never

Talk

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The

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3 hours ago, the gardener said:

On the So-Called BBC now.

Good. That's one arch-Remoaner gone.

Those cunts Hammond and Soubry next.

Relax

The night of the long knives begins - the first democratically elected remainer ousted. 

Only 600 more to go!

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30 minutes ago, Knock Out Johnny said:

Relax

The night of the long knives begins - the first democratically elected remainer ousted. 

Only 600 more to go!

As it’s not the first time they’ve tried to get rid of him I’m not sure it’s Brexit related at all.

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It'll be interesting to see what happens to the ex-plod who leaked this.

If they're looked after, turn that'll suggest that they were put up to it.

http://news.met.police.uk/news/statement-re-apparent-disclosure-of-confidential-material-287244?utm_source=dlvr.it

An ex-Assistant Commissioner and ex-Detective Constable have both made a number of disclosures to the media, passing on information that they were privy to as part of a police investigation. Due to the length of time that has passed since both officers left the MPS, legal advice was sought regarding the most appropriate action to take.

In this instance it was determined that the most appropriate course of action was to make a referral to the ICO to carry out a further investigation in relation to potential Data Protection Act offences.

The MPS is clear that confidential information gathered during any police inquiry should remain confidential. That is an enduring confidentiality regardless of whether an officer leaves the service.

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14 hours ago, Bkkandrew said:

In his resignation letter he claims to have never downloaded or viewed porn. I was not aware that either was illegal in the U.K.?

He must be the only bloke in the UK (apart from maybe Cliff Richard?) that could claim that.

If his claim is true I am glad he has gone - total weirdo in my view.

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10 minutes ago, SpectrumFX said:

It'll be interesting to see what happens to the ex-plod who leaked this.

If they're looked after, turn that'll suggest that they were put up to it.

http://news.met.police.uk/news/statement-re-apparent-disclosure-of-confidential-material-287244?utm_source=dlvr.it

An ex-Assistant Commissioner and ex-Detective Constable have both made a number of disclosures to the media, passing on information that they were privy to as part of a police investigation. Due to the length of time that has passed since both officers left the MPS, legal advice was sought regarding the most appropriate action to take.

In this instance it was determined that the most appropriate course of action was to make a referral to the ICO to carry out a further investigation in relation to potential Data Protection Act offences.

The MPS is clear that confidential information gathered during any police inquiry should remain confidential. That is an enduring confidentiality regardless of whether an officer leaves the service.

If they don't suffer legal sanctions then it will stink to high heaven.

I expect Green actually decided to resign some weeks ago but held it back until today as a favour to May. Christmas is a good time for governments to bury bad news as all the lazy fat arsed journalists will almost certainly have buggered off on their holidays already and TV is wall to wall repeats.

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1 hour ago, Economic Exile said:

As far as I’m concerned the majority of behaviour of MP’s falls short of the high standards the public demands.

I don’t care if they look at adult porn, have affairs, indulge in consensual sex etc. 

What I do care about are things like them fiddling their expenses, running the country into the ground through ineptitude and saying one thing then doing another.

Mrs May should perhaps organise a poll on what the public regard as high standards for MP’s xD

Hear, hear!

My teenagers were furious to learn that an election manifesto is not legally binding.

I believe Steptoe went into the last election as a Brexit supporter!

I also remind them of the libdumbs promising to scrap university fees :Old:

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13 minutes ago, Lone Lurker said:

Hear, hear!

My teenagers were furious to learn that an election manifesto is not legally binding.

I believe Steptoe went into the last election as a Brexit supporter!

I also remind them of the libdumbs promising to scrap university fees :Old:

I think manifestos from political party’s should have an element of legal adherence.

I recognise that life throws curve balls regularly but unless it’s a very extreme countrywide one I believe that political party’s should have accountability for sticking to what they say they will do.

Nick Clegg. Utter scumbag. I was elated to see him ousted!

One hope, perhaps, on the horizon is that due to recent important referendums and political upsets is that more young people have awakened a bit regarding our rulers.

Political parties have been cynical employing marketing people and advocating reduced voting age recently to secure a “win”.

All good but the same questions as usual from me. Who shall win? Will a win by cons or lab change anything?

Not a chance IMO. Although I do think the plate spinning and kicking the can down the road from years of mismanagement will hit the fan one of these days.

Back on topic. Damien Green. Troughing turd. Glad he’s gone. Sadly, there’s another prospective trougher jockeying and scheming for his position as I write.

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We were discussing the lowering of voting age the other night, what an exciting family we must be :D

We came to the conclusion that voting age should be raised to around 25, to allow for experience in life and work.

As we believe there should be no taxation without representation, there would be no tax payable by the under 25's :Beer:

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7 minutes ago, Lone Lurker said:

We were discussing the lowering of voting age the other night, what an exciting family we must be :D

We came to the conclusion that voting age should be raised to around 25, to allow for experience in life and work.

As we believe there should be no taxation without representation, there would be no tax payable by the under 25's :Beer:

Perhaps we could extend that to only having MPs who have retired and have no need for further monetary incentive. 

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12 minutes ago, The Generation Game said:

Perhaps we could extend that to only having MPs who have retired and have no need for further monetary incentive. 

Good idea, also only those with a proven track record in their area of expertise and who are known for their probity :D

Edited by Lone Lurker
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11 minutes ago, The Generation Game said:

Perhaps we could extend that to only having MPs who have retired and have no need for further monetary incentive. 

But the retirement age is now 67, so they wil be far too febrile and old to be able to do the job properly. Unless they have been given special treatment in being able to retire early. Then, in that case, they are too privileged to understand the pressures on ordinary folk. 

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5 hours ago, SpectrumFX said:

It'll be interesting to see what happens to the ex-plod who leaked this.

If they're looked after, turn that'll suggest that they were put up to it.

 

There is a history of the Police vs the Tories. Andrew Mitchell and "plebgate" jumps to mind. The police stuck together in the face of enormous political pressure in that spat. The police do not hang there own out to dry quite as readily as politicians.

The police do seem to be more involved in politics, quite often commenting on budgets and funding.

Some of this could be blowback from Treason May's speech to the police federation in 2014 which was badly received and included dramatic reductions in funding.

It does seem that relations are not in  a good place. All this is idle speculation on why things seem to be so openly confrontational. I am sure we have some members on here who could give a better informed view on this?

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45 minutes ago, One percent said:

But the retirement age is now 67, so they wil be far too febrile and old to be able to do the job properly.

febrile? As in "feverish excitement", is that what you mean?

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