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Well go on then what is keeping you? And the others please -
Can we now now look at the European Arrest Warrant and the UK/US treaty to ensure that it only applies to terrorist suspects and not the chairmen of Kent Golf Clubs or Polish piglet thievs?
George Lees |
April 10, 2012 at 07:12 PM
As long as the legal profession can wring another few million of taxpayers hard earned cash out of this fiasco.It will go on and on.The cost in GB to get rid of terrorists about twenty million pounds.Any other country about 24HRS.Then our politians wonder why they are looked on with contempt.
April 10, 2012 at 07:47 PM
Absolutely right George Lees, stop talking about it Mrs May and get on and do it. First flight tomorrow should do nicely for them.
Or is all this just another bit of Cameroon, new labour type, spin where the only bit that counts to Government is the TV interview?
Mr Angry |
April 10, 2012 at 07:49 PM
You are all missing the point.
The point is that the Conservative led and LibDem supported bunch, who describe themselves as the government of the UK, have yet again bent their knee to an EU Institution.
We can recall that the LibDem leadership have never concealed their enthusiasm for all things EU, although amazingly many of the voters did not know that. But Conservatives have for decades now claimed they would mold the EEC/EU to our liking and get specific issues amended - they have said it about the CAP for 40 years!
And we all remember the promises made by Dave - 'nuff said?
Andrew Smith |
April 10, 2012 at 08:06 PM
I, along with nearly every other person in the country, would be quite content to not hear another peep out of Theresa May until Hamza, Qatada and all the other undesirables are on the plane out of the country.
Once she's got rid of them, then she can go on TV and boast. Until then, she can shut up.
Cleethorpes Rock |
April 11, 2012 at 03:40 AM
We can deport him, errrr, pending his appeal, to ECHR groupies in the EU. Of course lets omit the over-riding truth of this shall we Mrs May. This supposedly sovereign country CANNOT kick out people who are a potential threat to this country and its people, CANNOT kick out people who have stated and abiding aims to destroy democracy and kill in the name of a deity, instead this country is FORCED to keep some here at taxpayers expense, and in a number of cases supply them with taxpayer funded accomodation, plus benefits for them and their families, all the while they still seek to undermine this counry and present a potential risk to its citizens. But they cannot be removed without the absolute permission of an unelected and foreign judge and / or bureaucrat. Sovereign country ??, Great Britain ?? - what a joke.
April 11, 2012 at 01:50 PM
Does Theresa May find it acceptable that Abu Hamza receives more in welfare payments than a British pensioner?
Cleethorpes Rock |
April 11, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Ha, ha at the frothing anti-EU tories and tabloid rags all set to have another go at Europe over this! In fact, the European Court has set out the detail of its principles and many of the decisions attacked by the anti-EU brigad ehave been made by UK judges, who would be interpreting Dave's UK Charter.
Still, why let facts get in the way?
Dave Hollins MBA |
April 12, 2012 at 12:15 AM
These are really very common intelligence things to do. But they substance, as the author says. I like the one about the ipad in the eating place!
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