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Labour Ex Minister Stabbed

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Former Labour minister Stephen Timms is in hospital after being stabbed.

OK own up. Which of our labour hating brethren did it?

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Former Labour minister Stephen Timms is in hospital after being stabbed.

OK own up. Which of our labour hating brethren did it?

Our MP has had a restraining order taken out against a Russian guy who keeps demanding to be housed

Timms probably told someone they weren't entitled to a free house and free money.

:huh:

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Our MP has had a restraining order taken out against a Russian guy who keeps demanding to be housed

Timms probably told someone they weren't entitled to a free house and free money.

:huh:

It wasn't me, I have had people with me all afternoon to prove it

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Alibi ... worst defence to run.

The jury doesn't believe your witnesses.

You go to jail.

Yay, Call of Duty practice, excellent!

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many ex labours will be watching their backs all the time now!!!

People ain't happy it seems.

not looking good for them.

Former minister Timms is stabbed

Former Labour minister Stephen Timms is in hospital after being stabbed.

Police said Mr Timms was stabbed in the stomach at a constituency event in east London but stressed his injuries were not life-threatening.

They said a woman has been arrested after the incident but gave no further details about the circumstances behind the incident.

Mr Timms served at the Treasury under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown and was recently re-elected as MP for East Ham.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8683596.stm

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Aha, a group of accomplices. The plot thickens. :)

cool can you network PS3s in the slammer?

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I wish Mr. Timms a speedy recovery and all the best to his family.

A little dignity, please.

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I wish Mr. Timms a speedy recovery and all the best to his family.

A little dignity, please.

So do I - but the thread was loaded by the suggestion that one of 'us' might have done it

When the most likely scenario is that one of 'their' lot was actually responsible.

:blink:

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So do I - but the thread was loaded by the suggestion that one of 'us' might have done it

When the most likely scenario is that one of 'their' lot was actually responsible.

:blink:

so do I, it was only because it is not life threatening that we joke...

what next then?

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So do I - but the thread was loaded by the suggestion that one of 'us' might have done it

When the most likely scenario is that one of 'their' lot was actually responsible.

:blink:

With the possible exception of X-Quork, none of the people on this board are I the least bit dangerous.

They moan like fvck mind.

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With the possible exception of X-Quork, none of the people on this board are I the least bit dangerous.

They moan like fvck mind.

who do you want us to 'do' next?

Oh Well:(

Please, I am just eating

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With the possible exception of X-Quork, none of the people on this board are I the least bit dangerous.

They moan like fvck mind.

Yes but that's only because they only have access to rubber cutlery.

:blink:

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who do you want us to 'do' next?

Oh Well:(

Please, I am just eating

Could do with an asset in Sydney actually,

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Could do with an asset in Sydney actually,

Sydney charges £250/hour cash but I can get you his number

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I wish Mr. Timms a speedy recovery and all the best to his family.

A little dignity, please.

+1. it was only a few years back that Nigel Jones, MP for Cheltenham, was wounded and a councillor killed after an attack at a surgery by a man wielding a samurai sword. <_<

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+1. it was only a few years back that Nigel Jones, MP for Cheltenham, was wounded and a councillor killed after an attack at a surgery by a man wielding a samurai sword. <_<

There is also the view that an attack on a politician is an attack on democracy - good people (of democratic leanings) will think twice about standing for election if the partisan response is - not one of us so it doesn't matter.

I don't like George Osborne but would not tolerate somebody attempting to murder him.

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+1. it was only a few years back that Nigel Jones, MP for Cheltenham, was wounded and a councillor killed after an attack at a surgery by a man wielding a samurai sword. <_<

I remember that. These people need protection. Okay some are reviled but lets not go the way of Thailand, we're better than that.

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Stabbed in Newham, a shining example of Labours Multicultural Dream.

How ironic.

But Nigel Jones and Cllr Andrew Pennington were attacked in Cheltenham. Hardly multicultural territory. :rolleyes:

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I wish Mr. Timms a speedy recovery and all the best to his family.

A little dignity, please.

Hear, hear.

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Newham is a large council. His surgery is in Beckton and that is actually one of the nicer parts of Newham, it's not bad at all really. Absolutely TONS of Poles and other East Europeans too. Great eye candy.

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