Brexit: UK lost 'significant' access to EU policing data under deal, report warns
26/03/2021 | news | politics | 1,404
Post-Brexit security arrangements are "complex and untested", a House of Lords report warns.
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26/03/2021 10:37:53 54 20
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Another Brexit bonus.
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EU have lost access to UK records

alternative headline
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26/03/2021 16:30:49 0 2
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Exactly, like the vaccine programme and 62 new trade deals. It's good to see another Leave supporter.
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26/03/2021 10:39:09 92 18
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Considering the deal was hailed as "fantastic" I'm sure the info we've lost access to probably isn't important, otherwise no rational UK PM would have agreed to it.
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26/03/2021 10:50:24 88 17
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You're right, no rational UK PM would have agreed to it.
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26/03/2021 11:04:06 18 2
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fantasy. not fantastic.

We haven't had a ratioal PM for quite a while.
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26/03/2021 12:15:33 2 0
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Please tell me your being sarcastic.
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26/03/2021 12:54:30 1 10
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They are just being awkward and stupid for the sake of it. Out Vaccine success must be really winding them up.
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26/03/2021 16:11:39 0 4
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If only we had voted for Corbyn, he was really rational, wasn't he?
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26/03/2021 10:39:13 179 74
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Another day, another example of why Bojo's Brexit is bad for the country.

No wonder they want to pretend everything's rosy by waving the Union Jack.
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26/03/2021 10:51:26 101 27
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Each time this is done, the symbol of our country is degraded a bit more...
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26/03/2021 11:05:58 11 3
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at least Wales should be exempt, as we are not represented on it.
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26/03/2021 11:34:36 11 31
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Oh give it a rest, we know your bigoted opinion on Brexit and continue to ram it down our throats, we left get over it!
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26/03/2021 11:36:04 9 26
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It was the Peoples brexit not Bojo's...that's how democracy works so get over it.
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26/03/2021 12:40:58 2 16
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What a load of rubbish ,you really want to dictated to by Germany and France . We joined a common market not a political union.
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26/03/2021 12:53:34 2 14
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another day, another example of why getting out of the EU was absolutely the right thing to do. They are acing like pathetic, petulant teenagers.
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26/03/2021 15:58:26 1 0
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So why did you vote for him??
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26/03/2021 16:09:11 0 5
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Another day, another tedious Remoaner complaint.
26/03/2021 17:25:50 3 0
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Yes, - loads of Chinese-made Union Jacks in Boris's £2,6000,000 vanity media room built by a Russian firm at no.10
And some more Union Jacks no doubt in his residential palace at no. 11 to complete the £200,000 makeover.
The magic money tree clearly exists......for some!
26/03/2021 21:18:15 0 0
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Because this is a one way deal only , the mighty EU lose nothing of course.

Other than UK police data and maybe more importantly security information.

It is not just a one way loss.

Why haven't you moved to the land of perfection.
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26/03/2021 10:39:23 60 22
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There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas.
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26/03/2021 10:43:43 32 49
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and a price to pay for FOM and an EU vaccination program ...
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26/03/2021 11:05:04 2 2
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I am to busy cooking all the cheap shellfish on the market now.
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even now remoaners still turn a blind eye to the EU's failings, lies and bullying.

You are lucky we brexit voters saved you from your own naive views on the EU.
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26/03/2021 16:28:22 0 0
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Such as more vaccines?
26/03/2021 19:17:36 0 0
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Edmonton forget straight cucumbers
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26/03/2021 10:39:33 86 22
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Well D’uh. We didn’t have to lose this data but this is what the tories opted for under their deal.

Although, this is yet another concern that was dismissed as project fear. Lost count of how many of these “fears” that have become reality now.
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26/03/2021 10:50:38 33 21
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Come on, man. It's a long term project, you've got to break some eggs if you want to make an omelette. Even JRM said it would take at least 50 years to see any benefits, and look, he's not moaning on and on about it.
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26/03/2021 16:14:11 0 1
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Well, d'oh. Another Remoaner who cannot use capital letters.
Lets hop they don`t lose acces to Alex Belfield`s files, the bbc is in it up to their necks with this Removed
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EU criminals also last significant access to the UK. Swings and roundabouts.
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And UK criminals lost access ot the EU so they have to focus here instead. Swings and roundabouts
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26/03/2021 10:50:06 3 2
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They'll come here as no European Arrest Warrant. A bit like the "Costa del Crime" in the 1970's, but the other way round...
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26/03/2021 11:01:18 1 1
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how?
We won't know they are criminals. for hours. at least.
Project reality.

Far righties don't care though. Many of them are criminals.
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Essentially by definition
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And racist morons
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26/03/2021 11:40:21 1 0
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theres more crims on the far left...
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26/03/2021 10:41:30 188 38
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Not only have we lost access to EU police data, but we seem to be good at losing our own police records as happened earlier this year under our incompetent Home Secretary.
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26/03/2021 10:53:10 87 37
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Not incompetent, just nasty.
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26/03/2021 10:55:35 25 4
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We have very short memories in Britain.. that was just the latest in a long lost of "lost files" in the last few years.
All forgotten by the electorate I'm afraid!
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26/03/2021 11:15:33 6 34
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Just as well, unlike the EU, we haven't lost access to Vaccines!
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26/03/2021 11:33:15 16 15
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I didnt realise the home secretary did the filing for all police forces? Odd isnt it how you blame her not the police.
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26/03/2021 12:25:31 3 1
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Theresa May "lost" a dossier on paedo MPs too.

Like they walk around with the one and only copy of that information!
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26/03/2021 12:58:59 4 4
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In what strange world-view is the Home Sec personally responsible for the day-to-day administration of a police IT system that has been around (and poorly designed & administered) for over 20 years?
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26/03/2021 13:55:57 6 1
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All of these things that we had as part of our membership that most people never knew about. The EU was always more than the sum of its parts and that is lost on most people who talk about "net contributions"
26/03/2021 22:12:28 0 0
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Lucky we didn't loose 1 month to approve a vaccine for Covid as EMA didn't bother to meet.
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26/03/2021 10:42:15 8 18
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Desperate attempt to fill the very sad looking anti Brexit page
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26/03/2021 10:44:48 19 2
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"Britain has lost "significant" access to EU policing data under the Brexit deal negotiated at the end of last year, a House of Lords report has said."

BBC just reporting the news like it should be. If you want to rely on opinions and fluff pieces you should stick with the Sun and Daily mail
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26/03/2021 10:44:53 5 2
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Does Project Reality scare you ?

Do you shy away from facts ?
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26/03/2021 10:46:40 9 2
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Desperate attempt at pretending anything bad about Brexit is just anti - brexit propaganda.
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26/03/2021 10:59:18 4 2
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Easiest thing in the world.

Brexiteers have only one word....sovereignty.
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26/03/2021 15:42:40 0 0
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just because it doesn't suit your deluded narrative of isolationism being a good thing doesn't make it any less true
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With no automatic right to residency for EU citizens the need for this information will fall away.
Grow up, xenophobe.

No mention of UK-born far right thugs from you. Why ?
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26/03/2021 10:46:29 5 1
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Of course, because international criminals always seek to register themselves as residents in country before they import drugs and sex-trafficked women. The point is, we now won't know where they have been, what they are suspected of, what intelligence says their plans are. Still, if only we could ensure their crimes are only committed against leavers it would be fair.
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26/03/2021 10:48:57 6 2
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Of course. Because we have no criminals from outside the EU in our country.....Dumbest bit of deflection so far.
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26/03/2021 10:55:59 2 1
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would also apply to Brits with criminal records abroad.
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26/03/2021 15:43:11 0 0
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really
do you understand anything
Oh dear god, how stupid are you people? Oh right, you voted for brexit . . . I just answered my own question!

I think brexit shows, without a shadow of a doubt, that the education system here hasn't really been fit for purpose for decades!
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26/03/2021 10:40:40 8 16
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EU criminals also last significant access to the UK. Swings and roundabouts.
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26/03/2021 10:42:53 8 3
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And UK criminals lost access ot the EU so they have to focus here instead. Swings and roundabouts
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26/03/2021 10:49:21 2 3
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I think you need to have a look at organised crime groups in this country and drug supply routes, hard drugs largely come via the EU with particular focus on Amsterdam.
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26/03/2021 10:43:21 8 8
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As with all other things, we just need to get the information from new markets.
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26/03/2021 10:47:01 18 4
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Great idea,

Someone gets stabbed by some one who fleas to Spain, and your Brexit solution is to ask Brazil if they know his whereabouts.
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perhaps all those European criminals will do it for you
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26/03/2021 10:39:23 60 22
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There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas.
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26/03/2021 10:43:43 32 49
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and a price to pay for FOM and an EU vaccination program ...
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26/03/2021 10:46:41 16 3
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Thank God we regained control of our fishing industry, though.
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26/03/2021 10:51:30 12 5
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FOM is a good thing.....

the vaccination programme was messed up by them, but this wasnt exactly known before the deal now was it
26/03/2021 17:53:48 0 0
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Land leadership of the covid death league
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With no automatic right to residency for EU citizens the need for this information will fall away.
Grow up, xenophobe.

No mention of UK-born far right thugs from you. Why ?
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26/03/2021 10:49:44 3 4
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That’s right. Apply a derogatory banner name against anyone who disagrees with your point of view.
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Desperate attempt to fill the very sad looking anti Brexit page
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26/03/2021 10:44:48 19 2
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"Britain has lost "significant" access to EU policing data under the Brexit deal negotiated at the end of last year, a House of Lords report has said."

BBC just reporting the news like it should be. If you want to rely on opinions and fluff pieces you should stick with the Sun and Daily mail
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26/03/2021 10:55:32 4 2
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Lets not forget Express and Torygraph
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Desperate attempt to fill the very sad looking anti Brexit page
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Does Project Reality scare you ?

Do you shy away from facts ?
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With no automatic right to residency for EU citizens the need for this information will fall away.
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Of course, because international criminals always seek to register themselves as residents in country before they import drugs and sex-trafficked women. The point is, we now won't know where they have been, what they are suspected of, what intelligence says their plans are. Still, if only we could ensure their crimes are only committed against leavers it would be fair.
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Desperate attempt to fill the very sad looking anti Brexit page
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Desperate attempt at pretending anything bad about Brexit is just anti - brexit propaganda.
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and a price to pay for FOM and an EU vaccination program ...
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Thank God we regained control of our fishing industry, though.
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26/03/2021 11:01:24 13 2
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The Brexiteers will not understand your comment. They will believe it to be true.

When i read the DE or DM comments, they simply don't care that the fisheries minister was at a nativity play so did not read the document. All they care about is hating.
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26/03/2021 12:36:13 2 0
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Yes now we have happy fish, i wonder when JRM will have the film made, now hers happy fish the movie!
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As with all other things, we just need to get the information from new markets.
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26/03/2021 10:47:01 18 4
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Great idea,

Someone gets stabbed by some one who fleas to Spain, and your Brexit solution is to ask Brazil if they know his whereabouts.
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26/03/2021 10:56:56 1 1
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I was being facetious.
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That makes me itch !
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26/03/2021 10:47:36 8 8
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Just look around, I'm sure you'll spot some things that are better in Britain than the EU at the moment as well. Swings and roundabouts like with all things. Probably make no difference anyway. When police have video images of a thief and a name they still dont visit them. My friend had his bike stolen and handed video of it happening to police but zero action was taken.
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26/03/2021 10:51:34 8 3
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Data sharing on this level is not about bike thieves! It's about criminal gangs who operate as complex networks. Criminal intelligence gathered in Europe about any gang members indicates what might be happening or about to happen in the UK (drug/people/sex-trafficking smuggling). It's on a much higher level and much more dangerous. We've lost that intel. It matters.
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26/03/2021 10:55:45 1 1
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Lack of 'man' power. Not sure how Johnson's recruitment promise for police is going.
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yet you can't list a single actual example of how we are better off
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26/03/2021 10:48:19 95 19
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Have no fear Priti will provide all the data you will ever need. After all when the PM was presented with clear evidence about bullying he over ruled the evidence. So everything is safe in Priti's honest hands.
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26/03/2021 10:53:59 15 14
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true. we could take over from North yprus.
A real brexit bonus.
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26/03/2021 12:16:33 2 1
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lose the evidence or change the evidence or over rule the findings eg. Hilsborough / Shrewsbury ....justice in the UK?
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26/03/2021 16:12:52 0 3
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Yep, if only Diane Abbott was Home Secretary. We would have had no problems or conflict because she would have just let everyone in.
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26/03/2021 10:48:49 6 4
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We are going to need all the extra income streams we can get post-Brexit.
If the UK can become a haven for European criminals, we should be grateful for that.
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26/03/2021 11:53:06 2 14
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No FOM results in fewer "European criminals" in UK, though.
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With no automatic right to residency for EU citizens the need for this information will fall away.
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Of course. Because we have no criminals from outside the EU in our country.....Dumbest bit of deflection so far.
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And we get information from individual countries, not the EU.
Project reality.

Far righties don't care though. Many of them are criminals.
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Essentially by definition
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So by your definition everyone who votes Tory is a criminal ?

Think you need to take off your Labour tinted glasses.
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And UK criminals lost access ot the EU so they have to focus here instead. Swings and roundabouts
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26/03/2021 10:49:21 2 3
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I think you need to have a look at organised crime groups in this country and drug supply routes, hard drugs largely come via the EU with particular focus on Amsterdam.
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26/03/2021 10:52:31 3 2
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I'm northern irish lad, most of our criminals are local
Grow up, xenophobe.

No mention of UK-born far right thugs from you. Why ?
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That’s right. Apply a derogatory banner name against anyone who disagrees with your point of view.
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Easy solution : don't be a racist. That way, you won't get labelled as one.

But I'm sure that doesn't apply to you, right ?
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26/03/2021 10:40:40 8 16
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EU criminals also last significant access to the UK. Swings and roundabouts.
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26/03/2021 10:50:06 3 2
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They'll come here as no European Arrest Warrant. A bit like the "Costa del Crime" in the 1970's, but the other way round...
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26/03/2021 11:01:21 1 1
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Except it won't as we had no extradition treaty with Spain in the 70s but we do with the EU now.
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Considering the deal was hailed as "fantastic" I'm sure the info we've lost access to probably isn't important, otherwise no rational UK PM would have agreed to it.
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You're right, no rational UK PM would have agreed to it.
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26/03/2021 11:05:28 18 3
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Johnson is deluded. He emulates Churchill, and speaks as if we are at war on many occasions.

There are institutions where people are being treated because they think they are Napoleon, Socrates, Ghengis Kahn etc.

We have such a person as Prime Minister.
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Obviously you are wrong because he did...what an inane comment
26/03/2021 17:10:36 3 0
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Boris once said no PM would ever agree to any deal that puts a border down the Irish sea.....

So yeah, you're right. No rational PM would.
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26/03/2021 10:39:33 86 22
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Well D’uh. We didn’t have to lose this data but this is what the tories opted for under their deal.

Although, this is yet another concern that was dismissed as project fear. Lost count of how many of these “fears” that have become reality now.
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26/03/2021 10:50:38 33 21
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Come on, man. It's a long term project, you've got to break some eggs if you want to make an omelette. Even JRM said it would take at least 50 years to see any benefits, and look, he's not moaning on and on about it.
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26/03/2021 10:56:53 15 5
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I think 50 years is a bit optimistic to see any benefits from Brexit..
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26/03/2021 10:57:37 14 4
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So 50 years of pain before the country sees benefits that most of those who voted for it will never see (or be sure of that ever happened)...

Interesting you see the UK becoming a haven for EU criminals after brexit as "breaking a few eggs"
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Every day outside of the EU is a benefit to the UK and every single one of those days increases that advantage.

It does take time but we are very much on our way upwards....stop being so negative, it's happening whether you embrace it or not, and not even a bremoaner would seek to sabotage our future success just to see it fail.
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26/03/2021 12:21:31 9 2
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No he's to busy backing Britain ( by moving all his money to Dublin).??????????
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26/03/2021 12:45:20 13 2
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Why would JRM moan about brexit? It's made him richer than he was before, which is pretty much the point as far as he was concerned.

He's played all the fools who believed him when he campaigned for it.
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26/03/2021 14:59:33 3 1
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Fifty years is one helluva jam tomorrow punt.
Esp as JRM will no longer be in office and possibly not even alive.
No wonder he can't specify what these benefits are?
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26/03/2021 15:37:14 3 0
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"Even JRM said it would take at least 50 years to see any benefits, and look, he's not moaning on and on about it."

Of course he isn't moaning about it, he moved part of his business to Ireland so he wouldn't lose out on the benefits of operating from an EU country.
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So most who voted brexit will be dead plus most of their children.Our grandchildren might see benefits. Wow I'm overjoyed.
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26/03/2021 16:15:23 0 1
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We are seeing some benefits now. 60+ new trade deals.
26/03/2021 17:14:07 1 0
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As no one can see 50 years into the future, what Rees-Mogg was actually saying (in an unusually honest moment), is there are unlikely to be any benefits!
26/03/2021 19:38:27 0 0
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JRM will not be @ the Food Bank any time soon. Beware of anyone who talks in 50 year terms that writes on parchments and uses a quill....
26/03/2021 21:24:29 0 0
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Well, if JRM said it . . . ! 50 years? 50 flippin' years! They kept bloomin' quiet about that didn't they? Bl**dy Boris didn't put that on the side of that bl**dy bus, did he?

So, my nephews & niece will probably have retired before we see any benefits . . . ? Wow! This brexit thing just keeps getting better and better, doesn't it!?! (sarcasm!)
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On the subject of crime, we also need to deal with indigenous far right racists.

But really. How idiotic to withdraw from info sharing about crims.

Is this what "taking back control" looks like ?
And the left wing activists such as those in Bristol smashing up police stations and injuring policemen. Removed
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26/03/2021 11:23:12 5 3
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no, just the brexit version.
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", we also need to deal with indigenous far right racists." most of them are in westminster
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Trouble is the far left want to call everyone from centre left through to right a racist, but fail to recognise they are the only group currently demonstrating extreme behaviour and are the root of most racist, sexist, gender related hatred that otherwise doesn’t really exist. Welcome to Biden’s (sorry Kamala’s) world
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No, it is what moaning looks like.
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If and when one emerges, then we can all look on the bright side of brexit.
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Vaccination rollout....?
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don't hold your breath.
Project reality.

Far righties don't care though. Many of them are criminals.
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And racist morons
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Aahhh the Wacist Card gets played again.....incessant on HYS...in fact, it's nearly mandatory for the lefties.
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Steadyonnow said-

"There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas"
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Up until 2016 the "price we paid" was £18 billion-a-year !

Less that bit we got back- On condition we spent it as we were told !!
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At least it's all now going to the NHS, some £350 million a week extra for them.
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The £10bn net is equivalent to TWO DAYS' worth of government expenditure. TWO DAYS out of the whole year. It's a drop in the ocean.
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26/03/2021 10:57:34 1 1
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It was 8 billion a year. Typical Brexiter lies as usual. But it’s in their DNA to lie.
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And there's me thinking UK passports are dark blue now.
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We received 32 Billion back in real terms? your figures are odd!
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Another day, another example of why Bojo's Brexit is bad for the country.

No wonder they want to pretend everything's rosy by waving the Union Jack.
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Each time this is done, the symbol of our country is degraded a bit more...
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Absolutely agree. The Tories have used the Union Flag, not for patriotism, but for political propaganda.
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This is the key point...as ubiquitous as it is (on every tomato and onion...it's ridiculous!), the Union Jack parodies the government's populism.
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If only we could still fly the EU flag. It is so inspiring, isn't it?
26/03/2021 19:06:08 0 1
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Does it occur to you how incredibly stupid it is for the EU to do this? It’s typical of an insular, protectionist, bureaucratic organisation which has more parallels with Soviet communism than democracy. Good riddance
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26/03/2021 10:48:57 6 2
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Of course. Because we have no criminals from outside the EU in our country.....Dumbest bit of deflection so far.
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And we get information from individual countries, not the EU.
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and a price to pay for FOM and an EU vaccination program ...
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FOM is a good thing.....

the vaccination programme was messed up by them, but this wasnt exactly known before the deal now was it
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26/03/2021 11:03:11 5 13
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"FOM is a good thing....." In your opinion....maybe look at the amount of Europeans now in our jails for serious crimes...
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26/03/2021 10:47:36 8 8
bbc
Just look around, I'm sure you'll spot some things that are better in Britain than the EU at the moment as well. Swings and roundabouts like with all things. Probably make no difference anyway. When police have video images of a thief and a name they still dont visit them. My friend had his bike stolen and handed video of it happening to police but zero action was taken.
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26/03/2021 10:51:34 8 3
bbc
Data sharing on this level is not about bike thieves! It's about criminal gangs who operate as complex networks. Criminal intelligence gathered in Europe about any gang members indicates what might be happening or about to happen in the UK (drug/people/sex-trafficking smuggling). It's on a much higher level and much more dangerous. We've lost that intel. It matters.
73
26/03/2021 10:58:47 4 2
bbc
Anyone ever considered that FOM might just have led to all the Eastern European people traffickers, Eastern European crime gangs, Eastern European drug gangs etc etc
26/03/2021 21:32:48 0 0
bbc
Who down-votes this? Unbelievable.
40
26/03/2021 10:51:46 136 39
bbc
It's ok. Nothing to see here!!

Just wave the old flag and tell the electorate how great the empire is, that it's absolutely fine we've lost access to the database, we are the best in the whole world, the EU still need us more than we need them and the BBC is far-left.
Lately it seems the majority will lap it up and blame everyone but the ones who signed this rubbish deal!
58
26/03/2021 10:55:40 67 104
bbc
Looks like more EU self-harming to me...so be it...both sides lose out here if criminal data isn't readily shared.
114
26/03/2021 11:08:14 13 4
bbc
Funny how the right always accuse the BBC of being far-left and the left accuse the BBC of being far- right.
471
26/03/2021 12:51:58 9 1
bbc
The were blaming labour for the voting to pass the extension of the covid lockdown rules the other day. Even if labour had all voted against it the bill would have passed because only 26 or 36 tories rebelled.

Not sure if these people know they are acting like they are in a cult
Remoaner whinges. Removed
26/03/2021 16:51:23 0 0
bbc
What Empire? We gave that away a long time ago!
41
26/03/2021 10:51:49 14 5
bbc
We are going to fall off the cliff very shortly.
49
26/03/2021 10:53:43 4 9
bbc
BYE BYEEEEEEEEEE !
53
26/03/2021 10:54:49 2 4
bbc
When ?
Is this another 'the end is nigh' or 'our savour will return very soon' which oddly never happen and have been prophesied for over 2 millennia ?
28
26/03/2021 10:49:44 3 4
bbc
That’s right. Apply a derogatory banner name against anyone who disagrees with your point of view.
42
26/03/2021 10:52:28 1 1
bbc
Easy solution : don't be a racist. That way, you won't get labelled as one.

But I'm sure that doesn't apply to you, right ?
50
26/03/2021 10:53:59 0 2
bbc
Correct.
27
26/03/2021 10:49:21 2 3
bbc
I think you need to have a look at organised crime groups in this country and drug supply routes, hard drugs largely come via the EU with particular focus on Amsterdam.
43
26/03/2021 10:52:31 3 2
bbc
I'm northern irish lad, most of our criminals are local
61
26/03/2021 10:56:07 3 2
bbc
Really ?

Heroin trade: Police target Lithuanian crime gang

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-53930400
44
26/03/2021 10:52:48 7 16
bbc
who cares. with no FOM, we can now exclude all the undesirables. it only remains to find and deport all the illegals already here, estimated to be anywhere up to 1M by MigrationWatch.

no easy task. EU your FOM was and is a nonsense !
52
26/03/2021 10:54:41 1 2
bbc
Stay in France Marcus. You are undesirable.
66
26/03/2021 10:56:38 1 1
bbc
By undesirables, I assume you mean HM govt ministers.
95
26/03/2021 11:04:50 2 1
bbc
Which illegals are you talking about, perhaps the Russian Oligarchs who fund the Conservative Party! Take a Look at Navalny, his information has shown the Hypocrisy of the present Conservative Party!
103
26/03/2021 11:06:41 2 2
bbc
Oh dear. You're assuming the criminals are European (not for example, Russian/ Albanian/ Ukrainian/ Latin American/ Chinese etc etc). You're assuming they would otherwise be stopped by Border Force - except BF and the police rely on intel about where these criminals have been and what they might be doing. We've lost that thanks to you and your desire to stop people who don't look like you.
125
26/03/2021 11:11:26 2 2
bbc
Oh yeah criminals are going to avoid the UK because of some flag waving and the end to FOM. You Brexiters believe anything you’re told by Bojo and Priti. The UK is now a destination for Crime and will most likley be the desired destination of criminals.
32
26/03/2021 10:50:48 69 17
bbc
On the subject of crime, we also need to deal with indigenous far right racists.

But really. How idiotic to withdraw from info sharing about crims.

Is this what "taking back control" looks like ?
And the left wing activists such as those in Bristol smashing up police stations and injuring policemen. Removed
64
26/03/2021 10:56:26 10 6
bbc
So you support the cancellation of democracy, now that protest is illegal ?

That's funny, I thought you far righties loved democracy, as you constantly shouted that word out, after the 2016 vote.

Hypocrite.
65
26/03/2021 10:56:29 5 10
bbc
According to the HYS lefties they are Freedom Fighters no doubt !!
86
26/03/2021 11:01:43 7 7
bbc
You will find the police in Bristol have already apologised. When it became apparent no police officers had been injured.
9
26/03/2021 10:41:30 188 38
bbc
Not only have we lost access to EU police data, but we seem to be good at losing our own police records as happened earlier this year under our incompetent Home Secretary.
46
26/03/2021 10:53:10 87 37
bbc
Not incompetent, just nasty.
She's so Priti, oh so Priti.

She's na-sty.
Removed
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26/03/2021 11:22:03 29 10
bbc
I correct you: incompetent AND nasty...
214
26/03/2021 11:33:39 8 20
bbc
Actually she isnt
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bds
26/03/2021 11:54:30 12 5
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I would say both!!
753
26/03/2021 14:18:45 3 1
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BOTH ACTUALLY
946
26/03/2021 16:08:01 1 1
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We need someone both competent and morally pure, like Jeremy Corbyn.
as
26/03/2021 17:57:51 0 1
bbc
Some might say incompetent and nasty.
35
26/03/2021 10:51:11 3 8
bbc
Steadyonnow said-

"There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas"
---------

Up until 2016 the "price we paid" was £18 billion-a-year !

Less that bit we got back- On condition we spent it as we were told !!
47
26/03/2021 10:53:29 4 3
bbc
At least it's all now going to the NHS, some £350 million a week extra for them.
74
26/03/2021 10:58:55 1 1
bbc
You joking ?

£billions extra have been going in over the past year !

Which country you in ?
48
26/03/2021 10:53:42 51 10
bbc
Another Breckie Bonus, fly the flags all will be just fine.
55
26/03/2021 10:55:31 12 41
bbc
Hope you get your vaccine now the EU is in full anti trade mode ...
988
26/03/2021 16:28:02 0 1
bbc
Another Remoaner complaint. The Union flag is toxic for people like you. Lots of disparaging references to it on this thread.
41
26/03/2021 10:51:49 14 5
bbc
We are going to fall off the cliff very shortly.
49
26/03/2021 10:53:43 4 9
bbc
BYE BYEEEEEEEEEE !
42
26/03/2021 10:52:28 1 1
bbc
Easy solution : don't be a racist. That way, you won't get labelled as one.

But I'm sure that doesn't apply to you, right ?
50
26/03/2021 10:53:59 0 2
bbc
Correct.
23
26/03/2021 10:48:19 95 19
bbc
Have no fear Priti will provide all the data you will ever need. After all when the PM was presented with clear evidence about bullying he over ruled the evidence. So everything is safe in Priti's honest hands.
51
26/03/2021 10:53:59 15 14
bbc
true. we could take over from North yprus.
A real brexit bonus.
957
26/03/2021 16:13:21 0 2
bbc
Do you know what capital letters are for?
44
26/03/2021 10:52:48 7 16
bbc
who cares. with no FOM, we can now exclude all the undesirables. it only remains to find and deport all the illegals already here, estimated to be anywhere up to 1M by MigrationWatch.

no easy task. EU your FOM was and is a nonsense !
52
26/03/2021 10:54:41 1 2
bbc
Stay in France Marcus. You are undesirable.
41
26/03/2021 10:51:49 14 5
bbc
We are going to fall off the cliff very shortly.
53
26/03/2021 10:54:49 2 4
bbc
When ?
Is this another 'the end is nigh' or 'our savour will return very soon' which oddly never happen and have been prophesied for over 2 millennia ?
177
26/03/2021 11:22:23 1 1
bbc
got to happen sometime.
now as good as any.
54
26/03/2021 10:55:01 88 25
bbc
And in case you missed it we now have no legal way to send illegal immigrants back to France when they cross the channel in boats or trailers. We did have before Brexit but now we don't. Expect a record summer of foreign visitors.

It's not going well for the Brexiters far right dream.
62
26/03/2021 10:56:20 30 52
bbc
Send them back ... we never did when we could as we didn't want to upset EU relations.
134
26/03/2021 11:12:45 3 3
bbc
here the Fench are building a 10.5 mile pier at Calais.
136
26/03/2021 11:13:38 0 2
bbc
sorry, hear.
266
26/03/2021 11:47:37 2 4
bbc
We can send them back alright as they broke the rules on seeking asylum in the first safe country they arrived in.
530
26/03/2021 13:09:51 0 0
bbc
And quite right too. If so many people are willing to risk their lives escaping from France then we should be looking to them settle somewhere safer.
966
26/03/2021 16:16:14 0 0
bbc
If you don't like Brexit, leave.
26/03/2021 17:15:23 1 0
bbc
Yes, but we have got back control of our borders. Oh, hang on......
26/03/2021 18:12:47 0 0
bbc
Under international law once a migrant is in uk waters it's the uk duty to process an application. Under certain circumstances some applicants can be sent back to the original eu country they entered under the Dublin treaty. If you look at the Greece crisis the migrants were forcibly made to return, with policy support from the Commission. This is a breach of int law.
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26/03/2021 10:53:42 51 10
bbc
Another Breckie Bonus, fly the flags all will be just fine.
55
26/03/2021 10:55:31 12 41
bbc
Hope you get your vaccine now the EU is in full anti trade mode ...
88
26/03/2021 11:02:04 10 1
bbc
You need a BIGGER FLAG POLE in your garden.
626
26/03/2021 13:38:50 5 0
bbc
Is that all you've got? Clinging on to crumbs
778
26/03/2021 14:39:09 8 0
bbc
Sorry! You seem to forget we are now a Tier Three country and lumped in with the "rest of the world" and Europe can do what they want. It is none of our business what or who they want to trade with. You wanted to take back control - here's some news for you: they have too!!
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26/03/2021 10:44:48 19 2
bbc
"Britain has lost "significant" access to EU policing data under the Brexit deal negotiated at the end of last year, a House of Lords report has said."

BBC just reporting the news like it should be. If you want to rely on opinions and fluff pieces you should stick with the Sun and Daily mail
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26/03/2021 10:55:32 4 2
bbc
Lets not forget Express and Torygraph
137
26/03/2021 11:13:40 1 0
bbc
And GB News channel for those who only want to hear of the sunlit uplands is starting soon!
9
26/03/2021 10:41:30 188 38
bbc
Not only have we lost access to EU police data, but we seem to be good at losing our own police records as happened earlier this year under our incompetent Home Secretary.
57
26/03/2021 10:55:35 25 4
bbc
We have very short memories in Britain.. that was just the latest in a long lost of "lost files" in the last few years.
All forgotten by the electorate I'm afraid!
40
26/03/2021 10:51:46 136 39
bbc
It's ok. Nothing to see here!!

Just wave the old flag and tell the electorate how great the empire is, that it's absolutely fine we've lost access to the database, we are the best in the whole world, the EU still need us more than we need them and the BBC is far-left.
Lately it seems the majority will lap it up and blame everyone but the ones who signed this rubbish deal!
58
26/03/2021 10:55:40 67 104
bbc
Looks like more EU self-harming to me...so be it...both sides lose out here if criminal data isn't readily shared.
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26/03/2021 11:08:54 30 6
bbc
NO. It is the UK that loses. We have left all Criminal Investigation Organisations, Therefore, we cannot and will not be allowed to share their information. Boris has taken us down the Road to a Totalitarian State.
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26/03/2021 11:19:13 15 2
bbc
yes, they will have no records of the uk criminals going there. Until next year when we will need a 3-yearly security check to go on holiday there.
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26/03/2021 11:33:14 15 1
bbc
bit like us with brexit.
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26/03/2021 12:10:13 17 1
bbc
Their database is bigger and covers 27 different countries totalling 500 million citizens.
Ours is one considered as one country, 70 millions citizens.
Yes we both lose out but the UK takes a huge chunk of that hit..
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26/03/2021 13:34:38 9 0
bbc
Same applies to any country that the UK wants criminal data - it isn't willingly shared. Your point is anti-EU rubbish.
26/03/2021 17:08:29 2 0
bbc
That's true. Except the data can't be shared due to legal issues as a result of Brexit.

I think you'll find it's the UK that's self harming. The EU is doing very well out of Brexit, especially those cities that have taken financial business away from London.
26/03/2021 18:16:08 3 0
bbc
"Looks like more EU self-harming to me..."

Yeah, it's the EU's fault that yet *another* remain prediction, dismissed as Project Fear by leavers, comes true! :S
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26/03/2021 10:47:36 8 8
bbc
Just look around, I'm sure you'll spot some things that are better in Britain than the EU at the moment as well. Swings and roundabouts like with all things. Probably make no difference anyway. When police have video images of a thief and a name they still dont visit them. My friend had his bike stolen and handed video of it happening to police but zero action was taken.
59
26/03/2021 10:55:45 1 1
bbc
Lack of 'man' power. Not sure how Johnson's recruitment promise for police is going.
11
26/03/2021 10:42:25 8 17
bbc
With no automatic right to residency for EU citizens the need for this information will fall away.
60
26/03/2021 10:55:59 2 1
bbc
would also apply to Brits with criminal records abroad.
43
26/03/2021 10:52:31 3 2
bbc
I'm northern irish lad, most of our criminals are local
61
26/03/2021 10:56:07 3 2
bbc
Really ?

Heroin trade: Police target Lithuanian crime gang

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-53930400
54
26/03/2021 10:55:01 88 25
bbc
And in case you missed it we now have no legal way to send illegal immigrants back to France when they cross the channel in boats or trailers. We did have before Brexit but now we don't. Expect a record summer of foreign visitors.

It's not going well for the Brexiters far right dream.
62
26/03/2021 10:56:20 30 52
bbc
Send them back ... we never did when we could as we didn't want to upset EU relations.
84
26/03/2021 11:01:28 16 4
bbc
You are wrong.
106
26/03/2021 11:07:18 21 2
bbc
We didnt send them back because we couldnt be bothered.. nothing to do with upsetting the EU.
567
26/03/2021 13:21:00 5 0
bbc
I think there were 130 sent back last year. Since 1st January zero because we can't.
607
26/03/2021 13:34:50 5 0
bbc
Rubbish, we sent them back all the time, only now we don’t have that option.
35
26/03/2021 10:51:11 3 8
bbc
Steadyonnow said-

"There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas"
---------

Up until 2016 the "price we paid" was £18 billion-a-year !

Less that bit we got back- On condition we spent it as we were told !!
63
26/03/2021 10:56:20 2 2
bbc
The £10bn net is equivalent to TWO DAYS' worth of government expenditure. TWO DAYS out of the whole year. It's a drop in the ocean.
And the left wing activists such as those in Bristol smashing up police stations and injuring policemen. Removed
64
26/03/2021 10:56:26 10 6
bbc
So you support the cancellation of democracy, now that protest is illegal ?

That's funny, I thought you far righties loved democracy, as you constantly shouted that word out, after the 2016 vote.

Hypocrite.
76
26/03/2021 10:59:01 12 0
bbc
Everyone has a right to peaceful protest but not smashing up the place.
And the left wing activists such as those in Bristol smashing up police stations and injuring policemen. Removed
65
26/03/2021 10:56:29 5 10
bbc
According to the HYS lefties they are Freedom Fighters no doubt !!
182
26/03/2021 11:24:00 1 5
bbc
yep
44
26/03/2021 10:52:48 7 16
bbc
who cares. with no FOM, we can now exclude all the undesirables. it only remains to find and deport all the illegals already here, estimated to be anywhere up to 1M by MigrationWatch.

no easy task. EU your FOM was and is a nonsense !
66
26/03/2021 10:56:38 1 1
bbc
By undesirables, I assume you mean HM govt ministers.
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26/03/2021 10:50:38 33 21
bbc
Come on, man. It's a long term project, you've got to break some eggs if you want to make an omelette. Even JRM said it would take at least 50 years to see any benefits, and look, he's not moaning on and on about it.
67
26/03/2021 10:56:53 15 5
bbc
I think 50 years is a bit optimistic to see any benefits from Brexit..
21
26/03/2021 10:47:01 18 4
bbc
Great idea,

Someone gets stabbed by some one who fleas to Spain, and your Brexit solution is to ask Brazil if they know his whereabouts.
68
26/03/2021 10:56:56 1 1
bbc
I was being facetious.
96
26/03/2021 11:04:59 1 0
bbc
Which means "an attempt to be funny!"
35
26/03/2021 10:51:11 3 8
bbc
Steadyonnow said-

"There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas"
---------

Up until 2016 the "price we paid" was £18 billion-a-year !

Less that bit we got back- On condition we spent it as we were told !!
69
26/03/2021 10:57:34 1 1
bbc
It was 8 billion a year. Typical Brexiter lies as usual. But it’s in their DNA to lie.
31
26/03/2021 10:50:38 33 21
bbc
Come on, man. It's a long term project, you've got to break some eggs if you want to make an omelette. Even JRM said it would take at least 50 years to see any benefits, and look, he's not moaning on and on about it.
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26/03/2021 10:57:37 14 4
bbc
So 50 years of pain before the country sees benefits that most of those who voted for it will never see (or be sure of that ever happened)...

Interesting you see the UK becoming a haven for EU criminals after brexit as "breaking a few eggs"
71
26/03/2021 10:57:49 24 4
bbc
The grass is always greener on the other side. Fishermen will confirm this.
129
26/03/2021 11:11:43 11 4
bbc
Frost, Johnson and Gove have let them down badly. Should have put shellfish in the trade deal.
72
26/03/2021 10:58:12 14 5
bbc
"UK continues to be one of the safest countries in the world."

Must be true as the above article quotes it twice!

Everything in Boris's world is biggest, bestest and now safest!
120
26/03/2021 11:10:09 5 1
bbc
Still safe 3 months into brexit. I should hope so. Give it a year for the criminals to find their feet.
197
26/03/2021 11:27:56 2 0
bbc
and mightiest.
including failures and deaths.
39
26/03/2021 10:51:34 8 3
bbc
Data sharing on this level is not about bike thieves! It's about criminal gangs who operate as complex networks. Criminal intelligence gathered in Europe about any gang members indicates what might be happening or about to happen in the UK (drug/people/sex-trafficking smuggling). It's on a much higher level and much more dangerous. We've lost that intel. It matters.
73
26/03/2021 10:58:47 4 2
bbc
Anyone ever considered that FOM might just have led to all the Eastern European people traffickers, Eastern European crime gangs, Eastern European drug gangs etc etc
531
26/03/2021 13:09:54 0 0
bbc
Only a right-wing fantasist would "consider" that.

Global criminal networks were here long before the EU was imagined.
47
26/03/2021 10:53:29 4 3
bbc
At least it's all now going to the NHS, some £350 million a week extra for them.
74
26/03/2021 10:58:55 1 1
bbc
You joking ?

£billions extra have been going in over the past year !

Which country you in ?
75
26/03/2021 10:58:58 4 1
bbc
I fear we are also losing our Great British sense of irony and sarcasm!
87
26/03/2021 11:01:54 2 3
bbc
Is that a Corbyn quote?
89
26/03/2021 11:02:19 1 1
bbc
Only if you're under the age of 50. Oops!
64
26/03/2021 10:56:26 10 6
bbc
So you support the cancellation of democracy, now that protest is illegal ?

That's funny, I thought you far righties loved democracy, as you constantly shouted that word out, after the 2016 vote.

Hypocrite.
76
26/03/2021 10:59:01 12 0
bbc
Everyone has a right to peaceful protest but not smashing up the place.
77
26/03/2021 10:59:02 5 8
bbc
Cue another whinge fest from the Brussels fan club, this lockdown and Brexit Derangement Syndrome is a dangerously toxic mix.
21
26/03/2021 10:47:01 18 4
bbc
Great idea,

Someone gets stabbed by some one who fleas to Spain, and your Brexit solution is to ask Brazil if they know his whereabouts.
78
26/03/2021 10:59:15 0 0
bbc
That makes me itch !
10
26/03/2021 10:42:15 8 18
bbc
Desperate attempt to fill the very sad looking anti Brexit page
79
26/03/2021 10:59:18 4 2
bbc
Easiest thing in the world.

Brexiteers have only one word....sovereignty.
80
26/03/2021 10:59:54 8 9
bbc
It seems somehow typical of the EU that they'd refuse to share criminal data with us that might prevent crime across the entire European continent. All part of their grand sulk, no doubt.
108
26/03/2021 11:07:23 2 1
bbc
All part of the fact Boris Pinocchio decided not to sign up to it to sell fishermen down the river.
201
26/03/2021 11:30:10 1 1
bbc
we wanted out. sovereignty comes with costs.
Pity; because we already had it.
46
26/03/2021 10:53:10 87 37
bbc
Not incompetent, just nasty.
She's so Priti, oh so Priti.

She's na-sty.
Removed
415
26/03/2021 12:25:12 1 2
bbc
Quoting the Sex Pistols is a sign of age lol. That was 44 years ago!!!
7
26/03/2021 10:40:40 8 16
bbc
EU criminals also last significant access to the UK. Swings and roundabouts.
82
26/03/2021 11:01:18 1 1
bbc
how?
We won't know they are criminals. for hours. at least.
29
26/03/2021 10:50:06 3 2
bbc
They'll come here as no European Arrest Warrant. A bit like the "Costa del Crime" in the 1970's, but the other way round...
83
26/03/2021 11:01:21 1 1
bbc
Except it won't as we had no extradition treaty with Spain in the 70s but we do with the EU now.
578
26/03/2021 13:24:40 1 0
bbc
EU arrest warrants cover the EU. Not the USA, not Brazil, not Cambodia, and not UK.

EU-only criminal records would support an extradition. Without them, there's no case to answer.
62
26/03/2021 10:56:20 30 52
bbc
Send them back ... we never did when we could as we didn't want to upset EU relations.
84
26/03/2021 11:01:28 16 4
bbc
You are wrong.
85
26/03/2021 11:01:42 6 4
bbc
correlating immigration and crime isn't pc, they won't look at relevant data anyway, and seems men can walk the streets safely at night despite 506 males murdered last year are barely worth a mention even though a 20% plus increase on the average
94
26/03/2021 11:04:41 2 3
bbc
"correlating immigration and crime isn't pc," Quite right...that's racist !!
164
26/03/2021 11:20:39 1 2
bbc
I am a woman and completely agree with your comment. It is shameful that men are treated as the enemy by the pc brigade and irrational women.
505
26/03/2021 13:03:08 1 0
bbc
Most murders are commited by men
Most murder victims are involved with their murderer, spouse / ex GF / etc
Almost no murders are random street killings

Your stats are meaningless without context, and pretend to support an untenable position.
And the left wing activists such as those in Bristol smashing up police stations and injuring policemen. Removed
86
26/03/2021 11:01:43 7 7
bbc
You will find the police in Bristol have already apologised. When it became apparent no police officers had been injured.
104
26/03/2021 11:06:42 13 3
bbc
Yep and the police car and van set fire to themselves due to an electrical fault....
110
26/03/2021 11:07:34 5 7
bbc
Evidence please, or is it just the left trying to rewrite history again.
207
26/03/2021 11:32:44 3 1
bbc
oh thats ok then , carry on with this dystopia as long as you say sorry
911
26/03/2021 15:48:46 3 1
bbc
Not true: 40 Police officers were injured. Fortunately the two officers with suspected broken bones turned out to be not as serious. It is untrue they were not badly hurt.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/mar/25/police-retract-claims-that-officers-suffered-broken-bones-at-bristol-protest
75
26/03/2021 10:58:58 4 1
bbc
I fear we are also losing our Great British sense of irony and sarcasm!
87
26/03/2021 11:01:54 2 3
bbc
Is that a Corbyn quote?
55
26/03/2021 10:55:31 12 41
bbc
Hope you get your vaccine now the EU is in full anti trade mode ...
88
26/03/2021 11:02:04 10 1
bbc
You need a BIGGER FLAG POLE in your garden.
167
26/03/2021 11:21:22 11 1
bbc
got mine, for Welsh and EU flags.

Union flag at half mast.
75
26/03/2021 10:58:58 4 1
bbc
I fear we are also losing our Great British sense of irony and sarcasm!
89
26/03/2021 11:02:19 1 1
bbc
Only if you're under the age of 50. Oops!
90
26/03/2021 11:03:08 2 2
bbc
Given recent Art16 & Art122 events, relying on "...and have excellent cooperation with EU member states.." does not instill great confidence. We are Out and there is not much love lost by either side so stop all the ill-founded optimism and just get on with it.
38
26/03/2021 10:51:30 12 5
bbc
FOM is a good thing.....

the vaccination programme was messed up by them, but this wasnt exactly known before the deal now was it
91
26/03/2021 11:03:11 5 13
bbc
"FOM is a good thing....." In your opinion....maybe look at the amount of Europeans now in our jails for serious crimes...
118
26/03/2021 11:09:27 5 0
bbc
And Brits in the EU?
313
26/03/2021 11:58:56 3 1
bbc
Maybe look at why the UK *chose not to* return them to their EU nation, despite the rules which allow exactly that.
440
26/03/2021 12:39:44 2 1
bbc
What a load of ten pail full! Go and askt eh farmers that can't get labour to pick crops, the jails are not full of Europeans for commiting serious crimes, we have plenty of Brits tha commit serious crimes and Brits that are not interested in working in fields all day, so farmers have relied on hard working European workers!
As usual, the non-UK voting foreigners and ex-pats pre-dominate !

Not much on over there !!
Removed
135
26/03/2021 11:13:12 0 0
bbc
Sure, you're pretending you live in the UK ... your comment is merely you, 'hiding in plain sight'
2
26/03/2021 10:39:09 92 18
bbc
Considering the deal was hailed as "fantastic" I'm sure the info we've lost access to probably isn't important, otherwise no rational UK PM would have agreed to it.
93
26/03/2021 11:04:06 18 2
bbc
fantasy. not fantastic.

We haven't had a ratioal PM for quite a while.
85
26/03/2021 11:01:42 6 4
bbc
correlating immigration and crime isn't pc, they won't look at relevant data anyway, and seems men can walk the streets safely at night despite 506 males murdered last year are barely worth a mention even though a 20% plus increase on the average
94
26/03/2021 11:04:41 2 3
bbc
"correlating immigration and crime isn't pc," Quite right...that's racist !!
44
26/03/2021 10:52:48 7 16
bbc
who cares. with no FOM, we can now exclude all the undesirables. it only remains to find and deport all the illegals already here, estimated to be anywhere up to 1M by MigrationWatch.

no easy task. EU your FOM was and is a nonsense !
95
26/03/2021 11:04:50 2 1
bbc
Which illegals are you talking about, perhaps the Russian Oligarchs who fund the Conservative Party! Take a Look at Navalny, his information has shown the Hypocrisy of the present Conservative Party!
68
26/03/2021 10:56:56 1 1
bbc
I was being facetious.
96
26/03/2021 11:04:59 1 0
bbc
Which means "an attempt to be funny!"
515
26/03/2021 13:05:52 0 0
bbc
I think it is funny, once explained.
97
26/03/2021 11:04:59 4 12
bbc
The protectionist EU is turning into a feral state. It is as if it lost its moral compass once the UK left.
159
26/03/2021 11:19:44 3 0
bbc
by definition its not a State.
295
26/03/2021 11:44:45 2 0
bbc
Brandon Lewis “I would say to my hon. Friend that yes, this does break international law in a very specific and limited way.”

Robert Buckland: "If I see the rule of law being broken in a way that I find unacceptable then of course I will go"
4
26/03/2021 10:39:23 60 22
bbc
There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas.
98
26/03/2021 11:05:04 2 2
bbc
I am to busy cooking all the cheap shellfish on the market now.
35
26/03/2021 10:51:11 3 8
bbc
Steadyonnow said-

"There is a price to pay for black passports and bent bananas"
---------

Up until 2016 the "price we paid" was £18 billion-a-year !

Less that bit we got back- On condition we spent it as we were told !!
99
26/03/2021 11:05:04 0 0
bbc
And there's me thinking UK passports are dark blue now.
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Bob
26/03/2021 11:05:06 6 7
bbc
Oh dear, the UK has one of the best police & security services in the world. When one leaves the club one does not expect to have access anyway.
The BBC cannot resist the temptation to publish these non story articles. Hope when GB news gets up & running we might get some actual news!!
107
26/03/2021 11:07:22 1 6
bbc
You mean GoeBbels News?
121
26/03/2021 11:10:32 2 1
bbc
It will be very interesting to see how many of the non-stop BBC complainants are no longer heard from on these HYS. You do know there are already many other news outlets to use?
138
26/03/2021 11:14:01 2 1
bbc
Off you go then no one will miss you! GB news will be RIGHT up your street. Full of hate and bile
26/03/2021 21:40:38 0 0
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