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Not sure if I can stand it, QT special on BBC1 now about the 'riots' or is that 'just thieving.?'

Edit: that lefty woman who dresses like an explosion in a paint factory is on... I'm watching the end of the Sweeney film on it4 instead.

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Oh great, Prescott's on.

The greedy man, who set a fine precedent by fiddling as many goodies at the taxpayer's expense as possible, is going to criticise the youths that clumsily followed his example.

Why do feral youthe steal? Because they see their masters do it, and fancy a cut of the action.

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I flicked on Radio 5 Live while I made a cup of tea. It's live on there too. Argghhh!!

Sweeney! finished, flicked over to see a member of the audience sticking it to Prescott about Labour creating this mess. Never seen such a right wing audience on QT since the days of Robin Day. Entertained now.

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Wasn't that man prescott actually, really, and in actual real reality, in a senior position in government.

That is absolutely amazing.

....

.. but he does like the smell of his own farts.....

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I cannot believe I am watching a Newsnight audience demanding a more forceful police force :lol:

So much for the peace loving happy clappy crowd when reality intrudes

the champagne swilling socialists got their nice houses in posh suburbs and big pensions and now want the proles to f*ck off back into their hole

anything unexpected?

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....

.. but he does like the smell of his own farts.....

Formerly Unemployed Youth, you have to be a subscriber to read the AJ article ;0)

Conservative leader David Cameron has branded the government's controversial plans to bulldoze thousands of Victorian and Edwardian houses across northern England as 'baffling' and 'unpopular'.

Cameron was speaking during a visit to Merseyside where swathes of terraced homes, including those in the Edge Lane area of Liverpool (AJ 16/2/06), are due to be demolished as part of the deputy prime minister's contentious Pathfinder Programme.

The Tory leader's remarks will be welcomed by a growing number of conservations and local resident groups which are vehemently opposed to plans to flatten 400,000 buildings under the government's Housing Market Renewal Initiative.

Cameron said: 'There is no snap judgement here, but it is quite baffling.

'[Pathfinder] is very inflexible, planning to destroy even though those houses are now going up in value.'

He added: 'The government needs to seriously stop and think about where it could refurbish and where it should demolish.

'It is quite inflexible, expensive and unpopular with local people.'

Cameron was joined on his tour by Michael Heseltine, who has recently been appointed to lead a new Cities Task Force in a bid to dispel the Tories' image as the 'party of the leafy suburbs'.

The former deputy prime minister said: 'Instead of areas from which a large number of people are trying to get out because the schools aren't good enough, because the housing isn't good enough, we have to make them competitive with those leafy suburbs to which people go.'

by Richard Waite

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A qt programme that was decided on at very short notice might be short of volunteers for audience members...

Enter a load of volunteers from the bbc staff, that would explain a lot of the audience. Hilarious stuff.

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Jp wants to distinguish between rioters. The ones who have never known anything but labour ..

And the camilla woman who thinks kids don't have a voice.

They have more voice than any other kids in history.

They have access to everything they need

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Formerly Unemployed Youth, you have to be a subscriber to read the AJ article ;0)

Conservative leader David Cameron has branded the government's controversial plans to bulldoze thousands of Victorian and Edwardian houses across northern England as 'baffling' and 'unpopular'.

Cameron was speaking during a visit to Merseyside where swathes of terraced homes, including those in the Edge Lane area of Liverpool (AJ 16/2/06), are due to be demolished as part of the deputy prime minister's contentious Pathfinder Programme.

The Tory leader's remarks will be welcomed by a growing number of conservations and local resident groups which are vehemently opposed to plans to flatten 400,000 buildings under the government's Housing Market Renewal Initiative.

Cameron said: 'There is no snap judgement here, but it is quite baffling.

'[Pathfinder] is very inflexible, planning to destroy even though those houses are now going up in value.'

He added: 'The government needs to seriously stop and think about where it could refurbish and where it should demolish.

'It is quite inflexible, expensive and unpopular with local people.'

Cameron was joined on his tour by Michael Heseltine, who has recently been appointed to lead a new Cities Task Force in a bid to dispel the Tories' image as the 'party of the leafy suburbs'.

The former deputy prime minister said: 'Instead of areas from which a large number of people are trying to get out because the schools aren't good enough, because the housing isn't good enough, we have to make them competitive with those leafy suburbs to which people go.'

by Riccockroachesquote]

.. crockcroaches can live for 10 days with their head cut off...

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A qt programme that was decided on at very short notice might be short of volunteers for audience members...

Enter a load of volunteers from the bbc staff, that would explain a lot of the audience. Hilarious stuff.

This is very bad - Prescott ranting about bankers

Consensus amongst most of panel and audience appears to be pay the underclass more protection money (obviously to come from rich people and banker's taxes) so they don't smash up everyone else's stuff.

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Apparently it's because kids don't have a voice.

If they did, I fear, they might say 'I want some new trainers'

What these kids are really saying is 'I've got at least one sh1t parent that doesn't care all that much about me'

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This is very bad - Prescott ranting about bankers

Consensus amongst most of panel and audience appears to be pay the underclass more protection money (obviously to come from rich people and banker's taxes) so they don't smash up everyone else's stuff.

Apart from Paddick it's just another liberal circle jerk.

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This is very bad - Prescott ranting about bankers

Consensus amongst most of panel and audience appears to be pay the underclass more protection money (obviously to come from rich people and banker's taxes) so they don't smash up everyone else's stuff.

because BBC workers on 45k with a final sal pension are poor and shouldn't pay for this stuff, not like the rich private sector types who all work in banks

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The Batman Jelly woman is on. I can't stand that woman. Parasite charity milker from another planet.

She's the literal epitome of the Liberal rainbow society utopian dream.

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I think all politicos / talking heads should be forced to wear a t-shirt with a photo of them, and some of their black and gay friends, standing in front of the working class/council house they grew up in.

This way they won't have to keep banging on about it.

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