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Guest Mr Parry
Nice to see that Nick Robinson reads this board.

'Groomed'. I wonder why the police used that word, 'groomed'? In addition to the word 'induce'. Things are looking more and more serious. Are we in for an early statement to the media at the drive entrance, flanked by members of the close family a la Little Britain, do you think? Sad.

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. . . to make Green look like a nonce?

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If you really wanted to see a Police State in action you should have tried living in a Yorkshire Pit Village circa 1984/85 ...

I did live in a yorkshire pit village in 1984/5. And my Dad was a miner. Although I don't recognise the "police state" you mention. Care to elaborate?

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Have you noticed how more and more confident government ministers are getting about the whole thing? They're offering the usual comments of regret but standing firm and getting firmer. Meanwhile, the Tory bluster has diminished and those in the know are ready to abandon him.

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No mouth breathing in the interview? What happened to him since then that means he has to suck air every few sentences.

Electro shock therapy in 1983-also check out the side effects of Largactil, used to treat manic depression:-

- Dry mouth

- Difficulty in sleeping (insomnia)

- A drop in blood pressure that occurs when going from lying down to sitting or standing, which results in dizziness and lightheadedness (postural hypotension)

- Drowsiness

- Agitation

- Nasal congestion

- Skin rashes

- Weight gain

- Abnormal heart beats (arrhythmias)

- Abnormal reaction of the skin to light, usually a rash (photosensitivity)

- Abnormal movements of the hands, legs, face, neck and tongue, eg tremor, twitching, rigidity (extrapyramidal effects)

- Decrease in the number of white blood cells in the blood (leucopenia)

- High blood prolactin (milk producing hormone) level (hyperprolactinaemia). Sometimes this can lead to symptoms such as breast enlargement, production of milk and stopping of menstrual periods.

- Rhythmical involuntary movement of the tongue, face, mouth and jaw, which may sometimes be accompanied by involuntary movements of the arms and legs (tardive dyskinesia)

- High temperature combined with falling levels of consciousness, paleness, sweating and a fast heart beat (neuroleptic malignant syndrome). Requires stopping the medicine and immediate medical treatment.

- Anxiety, restlessness and agitation (akathisia)

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Come on, Tory Central Office, your team of posters is a bit slow this morning. 'Morning prayers' taking a bit longer than normal, aye? Can't decide whether to continue the 'attack is the best form of defence' tactic or to throw him to the wolves? :lol:

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Someone else told me this the other day. Apparently there are teams of 'posters' which post good things about the political parties on forums like this.

Really now, is this true?

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Someone else told me this the other day. Apparently there are teams of 'posters' which post good things about the political parties on forums like this.

Really now, is this true?

Absolutely true about the Tories. They've swamped this forum for years. This morning, though, they're totally silent because a big decision has to be made before they start their work.

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labour hate any forum of influence they cannot control. I'm not sure any political party has the resources to dent the output on this forum.

Any suggestion, that prior to the Labour coming to power, the extraordinary reach and depth of information they seemed to have was clearly unrelated to the number of Labour activists within the public sector, is clearly unfounded and totally coincidental.

We seem to have lost a total sense of proportionality in our legal system. Life imprisonment for receiving information that is embarrassing to Govt but not subject to any official secrets act?

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Absolutely true about the Tories. They've swamped this forum for years. This morning, though, they're totally silent because a big decision has to be made before they start their work.

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This has nothing whatsoever to do with party affiliation and everything to do with liberty and the ability of MPs to hold the executive to account.

Even the socialist's favourite paper is reporting Cabinet disquiet - and, in case you had fogotten, the Cabinet is composed of Labour Party MPs.

Acting Met chief could step aside in Damian Green leak row

Senior members of the cabinet have expressed deep disquiet over the treatment of Green, who was detained by police for nine hours last Thursday and forced to give a fingerprint and DNA sample.

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Its now alledged that the civil servant at the centre of this has connections to the Conservative party

Im truly shocked by this revelation - long-standing traditions and values are being tossed aside in this case - whatever happened to the decade-long public sector ethos of 'Innocent till proven Tory'?

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Absolutely true about the Tories. They've swamped this forum for years. This morning, though, they're totally silent because a big decision has to be made before they start their work.

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Balls! Pat / Ed youre the biggest ZaNuLabour astroturfer on here - I know you and Yvette are on parliamentary recess, so I can understand you wanting to 'keep busy' and avoid her by trolling round here, but really. You Labour bunch just dont get this internet thing, do you?

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Its now alledged that the civil servant at the centre of this has connections to the Conservative party

Im truly shocked by this revelation - long-standing traditions and values are being tossed aside in this case - whatever happened to the decade-long public sector ethos of 'Innocent till proven Tory'?

Yep it's time we made sure all Civil Servants are Labour.A f**king disgrace that someone from outside the party got a senior job.Don't MI5 check the bloody membership lists first.

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Balls! Pat / Ed youre the biggest ZaNuLabour astroturfer on here - I know you and Yvette are on parliamentary recess, so I can understand you wanting to 'keep busy' and avoid her by trolling round here, but really. You Labour bunch just dont get this internet thing, do you?

http://liberalengland.blogspot.com/2008/09...uttal-unit.html

All facists must control the message. The Big Lie must crowd out the truth.

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Someone else told me this the other day. Apparently there are teams of 'posters' which post good things about the political parties on forums like this.

Really now, is this true?

There was an employee of the Labour party outed as a troll on ADVFN. He/she/it was caught out by the computer geeks while trolling in a DOW thread. :lol:

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But patprimer74 is not just an ordinary Draperbot, he is rumoured to be the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, Ed Balls [allegedly]

Nah....don't flatter him. He's just some Labour NuArbeit geek. Actually, all Facists should really have a uniform. I think this one would suit Labour party volunteer's down to the ground. Stylish, yet practical. What do you think?

Alistair Darling (bottom left) seems to like it.

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jp1, Pat the Prat can't be Ed Balls!

Blinking, lisping Balls is too busy compiling his report about Baby P, fiddling his Parliamentary expenses with toyboy wife and trying to hide his income from the Smith Institute. Mind you, considering Mr Prat's posts usually consist of one or two lines, anymore would need a brain, you might be right.

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I see that the Tory Central Office meeting is over and the posting troops are back on here, saying nothing about the subject. Interesting! Is the big announcement going to be today, then?

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Wipe the foam from your chin Pat. People's hatred for Labour is spontaneous. The worse things get in the UK ( and they will), the more people are going to blame the Nufacist creeps that have been lying to them for the last 11 years.

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I see that the Tory Central Office meeting is over and the posting troops are back on here, saying nothing about the subject. Interesting! Is the big announcement going to be today, then?

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Not today AstroPat. No doubt Conservative Central Office are too busy "grooming" impressionable young civil servants, and running their "spy-rings" in the Home Office

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