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List Of Mp's Guilty Of Treason

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I think one of the most symbolic of the corruption is this

Gordon Brown

Mr Brown used his expenses to pay his brother Andrew £6,577 for cleaning work at his Westminster flat between 2004 and 2006.

Why is the establishment silent ? their house of cards needs to tumble quickly, the queen also in on the act, is silent for a damn good reason.

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I think one of the most symbolic of the corruption is this

Gordon Brown

Mr Brown used his expenses to pay his brother Andrew £6,577 for cleaning work at his Westminster flat between 2004 and 2006.

Why is the establishment silent ? their house of cards needs to tumble quickly, the queen also in on the act, is silent for a damn good reason.

And the Church now, not that they don't have their own problems to sort out before preaching to others.

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"John Prescott

The taxpayer paid for the former deputy prime minister to fit the front of his home in Hull with mock Tudor boards and for his toilet seat to be repaired twice in two years."

No fat ******* comments please.

As an aside, I think we can look forward to a concerted effort to shut down the blogs and internet chatter in general, all in the name of safety / anti-terrorism. How dare we proles comment on the trough takings!

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I would imagine Treachery Act 1940 is still valid.

A people's court made up of general members of the public should be setup in each town across the nation. Not only would that show justice is being done, it would also provide work for the many carpenters and undertakers who have been hit hard by the recession.

http://www.stephen-stratford.co.uk/treache...JOSE%20WALDBERG

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