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  2. Chief Bakes

    Brexit Discussion

    Brexit: No better outcome than my deal, says Johnson 18 October 2019 Related TopicsBrexit Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionBoris Johnson: MPs need to come together and get Brexit done Boris Johnson has urged MPs to "come together" to back the Brexit deal he has secured with the EU, insisting there is "no better outcome". The prime minister told the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg he wanted the country to "move on" from Brexit, which he described as "divisive". And he said he was hopeful the deal would pass the Commons on Saturday. The government's former allies in the DUP and every opposition party plans to vote against it. The new deal, agreed by Mr Johnson and the EU on Thursday, is largely the same as the one agreed by Theresa May last year - but it removes the controversial backstop clause, which critics say could have kept the UK tied indefinitely to EU customs rules. Northern Ireland would remain in the UK's customs union under the new agreement, but there would also be customs checks on some goods passing through en route to Ireland and the EU single market. Latest as PM tries to get MPs to back deal Saturday's Brexit debate: What to expect What is in Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal? Could the Letwin amendment delay Brexit? Mr Johnson and his team are trying to persuade enough Labour rebels, former Conservatives and Brexiteer Tory rebels to get it across the line in Parliament. He told the BBC's political editor: "I just kind of invite everybody to imagine what it could be like tomorrow (Saturday) evening, if we have settled this, and we have respected the will of the people, because we will then have a chance to to move on. "I hope that people will think well, you know, what's the balance, what do our constituents really want? "Do they want us to keep going with this argument, do they want more division and delay? Look, you know, this has been a long exhausting and quite divisive business Brexit." He repeated his commitment to leave the EU on 31 October, adding: "There's no better outcome than the one I'm advocating tomorrow." Talking about the deal he has struck with the EU to resolve the issues over the Irish border, he denied breaking a promise to the DUP saying: "No I don't accept that at all. "I think that what you have is a fantastic deal for all of the UK, and particularly for Northern Ireland because you've got a single customs territory. Northern Ireland leaves the EU with the rest of the UK." The DUP has accused Mr Johnson of "selling Northern Ireland short" by accepting checks on some goods passing through Northern Ireland to get a deal with the EU. The party's deputy leader, Sammy Wilson, has described the deal as "toxic" and is urging Conservative MPs not to back it. The pro-Brexit European Research Group has previously given its full backing to the DUP. But while its vice-chairman, Mark Francois, said he "still had some concerns", another member, Andrew Bridgen, said the "vast majority" of the group "will come to the conclusion that this deal is tolerable". Labour plans to vote against the government motion, with shadow chancellor John McDonnell saying it was a "worse deal" than the one Theresa May struck with Brussels. The party also attacked the deal after one Conservative MP, John Baron, told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme the UK would be able to leave the EU "on no-deal terms" if trade talks failed at the end of the so-called transition period in December 2020. Labour chairman Ian Lavery said: "The cat has been let out of the bag... [and] no one should be in any doubt that Johnson's deal is just seen an interim arrangement." The UK is set to leave the EU on 31 October, and Mr Johnson has said Brexit will happen by the deadline with or without a deal. But MPs passed a law in September, known as the Benn Act, which requires the PM to send a letter to the EU asking for an extension until January 2020 if a deal is not agreed - or if MPs do not back a no-deal Brexit. Former Tory Sir Oliver Letwin - who was kicked out of the party for backing the law - has put an amendment down to ensure the extension is asked for even if MPs back the deal in the Commons on Saturday. He said the government could still leave without a deal on 31 October if the PM's proposals had not passed every stage in Parliament to become law - so the motion would withhold MPs' approval until that final hurdle is passed. The SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford has also tabled an amendment, calling for a three-month extension to Brexit to allow for an early general election. Commons business will start at 9:30 BST on Saturday - the first weekend sitting since the invasion of the Falklands in 1982. Mr Johnson will make a statement to the House and face questions from MPs, before they move on to a debate about the deal. The timing of any votes depends on which amendments are chose by the Speaker of the Commons, John Bercow. View the full article
  3. El Chapo: Mexican president says police 'did right' to free drug lord's son 18 October 2019 Related TopicsEl Chapo trial Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWatch clashes between Mexico's security forces and drug cartel members Mexico's president has defended freeing drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's son soon after his arrest. When Ovidio Guzmán López was seized at a house on a judge's warrant in the city of Culiacán, cartel gunmen fought street battles with security forces. At least eight people were reportedly killed and 21 wounded, with vehicles left burning in the streets. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said the decision to cancel the arrest had saved lives. Senior security officials had decided on his release, the president said at a news conference. "The officials who took this decision did well," he said. How Mexico's drug kingpin fell victim to his own legend El Chapo: Five things to know Shocking allegations in 'El Chapo' trial As the gun battles raged, a lawyer for the Guzmán family told the Associated Press, "Ovidio is alive and free." Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEl Chapo trial: Five facts about Mexican drug lord Joaquín Guzmán Mr López Obrador was elected on a platform of cracking down on Mexico's drug cartels, and has tasked the National Guard, a new security force, with fighting the dealers. Under El Chapo's leadership, the Sinaloa cartel was the biggest supplier of drugs to the US, officials say. The kingpin was jailed earlier this year, and Ovidio Guzmán Lopez is one of several brothers with a hand in running the cartel. Thought to be in his twenties, he is accused of drug trafficking in the US. What happened in Culiacán? A patrol of National Guard militarised police came under intense fire from a house, Security Minister Alfonso Durazo said. The security forces fought back and found Mr Guzmán, but were then surrounded by gunmen and forced to retreat. Fighters also attacked security forces in other parts of Culiacán and bodies were seen on the streets. Witnesses described scenes of panic in the city, a stronghold of the Sinaloa cartel, as families with small children fled from gunfire. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Trucks were set alight in the streets to block roads Footage on social media showed a pick-up truck with a machine gun mounted on the back, in scenes reminiscent of a war zone. Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Armed men were seen in several areas of Culiacán on Thursday Image copyright EPA Image caption The Sinaloa state government told residents to remain calm and stay off the streets Other footage showed families scrambling to take cover under cars and in shops as bullets flew. In one video, a girl asked her father: "Why are they shooting bullets?" A purported mugshot taken of Mr Guzmán while he was detained by police was shared widely on social media. Skip Twitter post by @Stephentwoodman Report End of Twitter post by @Stephentwoodman Image copyright Reuters Image copyright EPA As fighting brought the city to a standstill, the Sinaloa state government said an unknown number of inmates had escaped from the Aguaruto prison. It said it was "working to restore calm and order" and called on residents to "remain calm, stay off the streets and be very attentive to official advisories on the evolving situation". A source of great embarrassment By Juan Carlos Perez Salazar, BBC Mundo The details of what happened in Culiacán are still sketchy, but it seems that, for a while, Ovidio "The Mouse" Guzmán was in the hands of police. What followed next, though a source of great embarrassment for the Mexican government, may not be surprising to those who know how powerful drug cartels are in parts of the country. Culiacán is one of those areas. It has been linked with the production of drugs since at least the 1940s, and several of the biggest "capos" (drug lords) were born there. Despite the capture of El Chapo, its most well-known leader, the Sinaloa Cartel is still immensely powerful in the region. And for critics of Mexico's president, this lays bare the failure of his strategy against the drug cartels. Some even say he has no strategy at all. What was El Chapo's role in Mexico's drug trade? "El Chapo" (or "Shorty") ran the Sinaloa cartel across northern Mexico. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMexico's drug war: Has it turned the tide? Over time, it became one of the biggest traffickers of drugs to the US. He escaped a Mexican jail through a tunnel in 2015, but was later arrested. He was extradited to the United States in 2017. He was accused of having helped export hundreds of tonnes of cocaine into the US and of conspiring to manufacture and distribute heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana. Who is 'El Chapo' Guzmán? Mexico's most-wanted: A guide to the drug cartels Shocking allegations in 'El Chapo' trial El Chapo, 62, was found guilty in New York of 10 charges, including drug trafficking and money laundering. Who are 'El Chapo's' children? Guzmán has been married three times. Estimates of the number of offspring, from wives and girlfriends, vary from eight to 15. Ovidio Guzmán López is thought to be one of four children born to the drug kingpin's second wife, Griselda Lopez Perez. More prominent are his older brothers by Guzmán's first marriage to Maria Alejandrina Salazar Hernandez - Ivan Archivaldo Guzman Salazar and Jesus Alfredo Guzman Salazar, both 36. Ivan Archivaldo has developed a reputation for an extravagant lifestyle and flaunting his wealth on social media. Image copyright Twitter The jailing of "El Chapo" threw up the question of who should now lead the Sinaloa cartel. There are reports of infighting between some of the Guzman sons, known as "los chapitos", and the co-founder of the Sinaloa cartel, Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada. Zambada has been trying to oust the sons, VICE news reported in July, quoting sources in the mountains of Sinaloa state. Gunmen are said to have been defecting to work for Zambada. Jesus Alfredo is wanted in the US on allegations of drug-trafficking and is on the most-wanted list of US Drug Enforcement Administration. Ivan Archivaldo has also been charged by the US authorities. View the full article
  4. 18 October 2019 Image copyright EPA Image caption A boy receives medical treatment after a blast at a mosque in Nangarhar province, At least 62 people have been killed and dozens injured by a bomb during Friday prayers at a mosque in Afghanistan, according to a provincial spokesman. The force of the blast, in eastern Nangarhar province, destroyed the building's roof, eyewitnesses said. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. The blast came just hours after the UN said the number of civilian deaths in the war-torn country had reached unprecedented levels over the summer. According to the UN, 1,174 civilians were killed between July and September, with July being the deadliest month for a decade. A BBC study which attempted to document every killing during the month of August found a fifth of all those who lost their lives were civilians. A month of killing in Afghanistan Attaullah Khogyani, the provincial governor's spokesman, told the BBC that the 62 people killed and 36 more injured in Friday's attack were worshippers. The mosque sits in the district of Haska Mina, about 50km (30 miles) from the provincial capital Jalalabad. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Men carry an injured person to a hospital after a bomb blast at a mosque in Jalalabad Eyewitnesses reported hearing a loud explosion, before the roof of the mosque caved in. "The number of casualties may rise as the rescue team and people are working to bring out the bodies from the rubble," Sohrab Qaderi, a member of the provincial council in Nangarhar, told the Reuters news agency. View the full article
  5. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7586499/Police-chief-posted-Pronouns-Day-video-slammed-wasting-time.html I know that it is in the Mail but surely our Senior Command Officers should have something better to do. I live within the area and I have not spoken to anyone who has any support for the actions by the Deputy Chief Constable. Her officers are under staffed, under equipped, and poorly led. Officers do not deserved to be led by donkey's. I was also wonder how long Rainbow colouring has been part of official uniform epaulettes?
  6. Fedster

    Brexit Discussion

    Brexiteers in Government and high profile Brexiteers like Farage seem to make things up as they go along.
  7. skydiver

    Firearms against escaping prisoners

    Is it me or does Steve ask some very silly questions on this forum?
  8. Zulu 22

    Firearms against escaping prisoners

    Them answer is No as already said. Why do you have to ask such elementary questions, why. Every time you post you come out showing a glaring state of ignorance. When you receive an answer you will then question it, why?
  9. A truck driver who tried to bring an illegal firearm into the country has been jailed for two years and three months. A truck driver who tried to bring an illegal firearm into the country has been jailed for two years and three months, following a joint National Crime Agency and Police Scotland investigation. Officers from the joint Organised Crime Partnership unit were called in after a box containing 50 rounds of ammunition was seized by Border Force officers carrying out checks on incoming parcels at a distribution hub in Edinburgh, and acting on intelligence from the NCA. The package was on the way to John Stewart’s home address in Cook Street, Kirkcaldy. On 31 May NCA and Police Scotland investigators raided the 33-year-old’s property and arrested him on suspicion of importing firearms. During a search a handgun was recovered from the living room, along with further rounds of ammunition. The gun was a blank firing weapon, but work had been started to convert it to fire live ammunition. Later that day another handgun that was due to be delivered to Stewart’s address was seized in the mail system. Today (Thursday 17 October) Stewart was sentenced at the High Court in Edinburgh after admitting importing and possessing firearms. The NCA’s John McGowan, operations manager for the Organised Crime Partnership, said: “The importation of firearms into the UK through post and fast parcel is a known threat we are actively targeting. “What we see, and what happened here, is blank firing weapons which are legal elsewhere being illegally imported into the UK and then converted to fire live ammunition. “Keeping these sort of weapons out of the hands of criminals is a priority for the Organised Crime Partnership, and we’re determined to do all we can with our partners to disrupt that supply line and protect the public.” Detective Inspector Tom Gillan, Organised Crime Partnership (Scotland), said: “We have recovered over 40 firearms across Scotland since 2018 and we will continue our operations and investigations in our aim to take dangerous weapons off our streets. “Targeting those who attempt to jeopardise the safety of our communities will continue to be a top priority for the OCP, supported by local divisions.” Adam Scarcliffe, Border Force Assistant Director for Scotland East said: “The work of Border Force in seizing the ammunition and weapons was a vital early-stage part of this successful prosecution. Our officers do similar work every day at postal hubs across the UK, using their expertise to keep dangerous weapons and other banned goods out of the country. “Following every seizure, intelligence is shared with law enforcement partners such as the NCA, in order that further action can be taken. This case is an excellent example of different agencies working together to identify and ultimately prosecute an offender.” 18 October 2019 View the full article
  10. Reasonable Man

    Brexit Discussion

    How duplicitous is this Government (and other politicians)? The Brextreemists vote for the deal so the Benn Act no longer applies. ERG then vote against the withdrawal legislation at a very late stage and, with no Benn Act, and no time to get a new one, we leave with no deal on October 31. Meanwhile: Farage has always been against an extension, now he wants one! Bohnson gave speeches against a border in the Irish Sea - now he wants one! The DUP opposed the Good Friday Agreement - now they are up in arms over the deal breaching it!!
  11. Fedster

    Brexit Discussion

    Scotland's highest civil court is set to consider a legal bid to stop the UK government from passing its proposed EU withdrawal agreement. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/uk-scotland-50088993 Any appeal will likely be heard today as well, one would expect a judgment today because of the lack of time.
  12. Yesterday
  13. County Lines drug networks have been targeted in a week of coordinated law enforcement activity across the UK. 17 October 2019 County Lines drug networks have been targeted in a week of coordinated law enforcement activity across the UK, leading to record numbers of more than 700 arrests, 681 people safeguarded, and almost half a million pounds worth of drugs seized. The targeted activity, co-ordinated by the National County Lines Coordination Centre (NCLCC), which is jointly run by the NCA and NPCC, was led by police forces and Regional Organised Crime Units (ROCUs). This is the fourth week of intensification since the NCLCC was launched in 2018, which have so far prevented more than 3000 vulnerable people, including children, from being exploited by drug gangs, across the four weeks. Between 7 and 13 October: 652 men and 91 women were arrested; 389 vulnerable adults and 292 children were engaged for safeguarding purposes; 655 cuckooed addresses were visited 49 ‘deal lines’ were seized; There were 41 referrals to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM), which assesses individuals as potential victims of human trafficking/modern slavery; Officers seized cash totalling £183,976 169 weapons were seized including: 12 firearms swords, machetes, an axe, knives, samurai swords, and a crossbow Significant amounts of drugs were recovered, totalling £426,040: £253,200 worth of Cocaine £100,170 worth of Crack Cocaine £72,670 worth of Heroin This week of intensification is just one part of the law enforcement response to tackling County Lines, with police forces and ROCUs regularly undertaking activity to target offenders and safeguard victims. Nikki Holland, National Crime Agency County Lines lead and Director of Investigations, said: “Tackling the County Lines networks exploiting young people and bringing potentially deadly drugs and violence to communities is a top law enforcement priority. “These latest results show that, thanks to the co-ordinated effort with our partners in police forces and ROCUs, we are dismantling these criminal networks piece by piece. “Criminal networks rely on the flow of money to further their drug trafficking operations and conceal their assets. Over the last year of County Lines intensifications we have seized more than a million pounds – hitting them where it hurts so they don’t benefit from their crimes. “We also know that criminal networks use high levels of violence, exploitation and abuse and we’re seeing young and vulnerable people being identified as victims of modern slavery, as the criminals exploit and coerce them into doing the day-to-day drug supply activity. “The only way we can effectively tackle this national problem is by adopting a whole-system approach, with partners in Public Health, Department for Education, Social Care and the charity sector working to prevent that exploitation happening in the first place.” Vulnerable individuals – often children - are exposed to physical, mental and sexual abuse, and in some instances will be trafficked to areas a long way from home as part of the network’s drug dealing business. County Lines networks are now being told they will be treated as child traffickers, not just drug dealers, as law enforcement increasingly use modern slavery legislation to prevent the exploitation of young people. National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for County Lines, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Duncan Ball, said: “During the past week we have made further strides in tackling and dismantling the activities of County Lines gangs. The large number of arrests and weapons seized is testament to the joined-up work between law enforcement and our partners. “We will not treat the criminals who run these lines just as drug dealers. We will work tirelessly to prosecute them for these offences but also, where we have the evidence, we will seek to prosecute them for child trafficking under modern slavery laws to reflect the devastating nature of their exploitation of young and vulnerable people. “We need the public to continue helping us with information or concerns they have. This can be done anonymously through Crimestoppers.” The National County Lines Coordination Centre (NCLCC), which is jointly led by the NCA and the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC), is responsible for mapping out the threat from county lines nationally and prioritising action against the most significant perpetrators. It provides support to front line officers and is working to deepen the partnerships with non-law enforcement organisations to enhance the wider national response. Anyone with concerns about County Lines can speak to local police on 101 or call 999 in an emergency. If you’d rather stay anonymous you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. If you are a young person who is worried about being involved in County Lines, or knows someone who is, you can speak to an adult and let them know how you feel. You can also contact www.fearless.org who allow you to pass on information about crime anonymously. You can also contact Childline on 0800 1111 – they are a private and confidential service where you can talk to counsellors about anything that is worrying you. View the full article
  14. Reasonable Man

    Brexit Discussion

    As ever.
  15. Can prison officers use firearms to stop an escape attempt?
  16. Zulu 22

    Brexit Discussion

    In your opinion.
  17. Reasonable Man

    Brexit Discussion

    MPs voting against driving the country off a cliff edge and into economic decline that ardent Brexiteers say it will take 50 years to recover from are clearly acting ‘right and necessary for the honour and safety of Great Britain’ (and Northern Ireland).
  18. Fedster

    Brexit Discussion

    Well indeed so. But its time Brexiteers stopped using the argument that Remainers are trying to block Brexit when it’s evident that it is actually Brexiteers like Farage and the DUP who are trying to stop Brexit.
  19. Chief Bakes

    Brexit Discussion

    Brexit: Johnson 'very confident' MPs will back deal 17 October 2019 Related TopicsBrexit Image copyright EPA Boris Johnson says he is "very confident" MPs will back the Brexit deal he has struck with the EU - despite the DUP's opposition to it. The prime minister claimed he would win what is expected to be a knife-edge Commons vote on Saturday. "This is our chance in the UK as democrats to get Brexit done, and come out on 31 October," he said. The DUP is against concessions he made to the EU on customs checks at the point of entry into Northern Ireland. The party's deputy leader, Nigel Dodds, accused the prime minister of being "too eager by far to get a deal at any cost". LIVE: Brexit deal latest What is in the new Brexit deal? DUP 'unable to vote' for PM's new Brexit deal Brexit deal: Your questions answered Kuennsberg: Johnson still facing an almighty gamble The PM must also convince Tory Brexiteers, the 23 Tory MPs he expelled from the party, and Labour MPs concerned about protection for workers and the environment in the new deal. He denied he would meet the same fate as his predecessor Theresa May, who repeatedly failed to get a Brexit deal through Parliament. "I am very confident that when my colleagues in Parliament study this agreement that they will want to vote for it on Saturday and in succeeding days," he said at an EU summit in Brussels. Appealing to the DUP, which the government relies on for support in key Commons votes, he insisted the UK could leave the EU "as one United Kingdom" and "decide our future together". Mr Dodds earlier criticised Mr Johnson, telling BBC News: "If he'd held his nerve - and held out - he would, of course, have got better concessions which kept the integrity, both economic and constitutional, of the UK." He said he expected a "massive vote" against Mr Johnson's deal on Saturday in the House of Commons - and the DUP expected to "play a crucial role" in amending the legislation. Can Boris Johnson win the vote? The winning post for votes in the House of Commons is 320 if everyone turns up - seven Sinn Fein MPs don't sit and the Speaker and three deputies don't vote. There are currently 287 voting Conservative MPs. The prime minister needs to limit any rebellion among them. Then, if the DUP won't support his deal, he'll need the backing of 23 former Conservative MPs who are currently independents. Most will probably support the deal, but not all. That's still not quite enough, though, so the PM will also need the backing of some Labour MPs and ex-Labour independents. In March, when MPs voted on Theresa May's deal for the third time, five Labour MPs backed it, plus two ex-Labour independents. This time it's likely to be a bit higher than that because several MPs have said they would now back a deal. All this still leaves the vote very close. And it's possible some MPs could abstain, making it even harder to predict the outcome. Do you have any questions about the proposed Brexit deal? In some cases your question will be published, displaying your name and location as you provide it, unless you state otherwise. Your contact details will never be published. Please ensure you have read the terms and conditions. Use this form to ask your question: If you are reading this page on the BBC News app, you will need to visit the mobile version of the BBC website to submit your question on this topic. View the full article
  20. BlueBob

    Brexit Discussion

    Because they can!
  21. Fedster

    Brexit Discussion

    Ironically it’s Brexiteers (DUP) who could be the main reason that this deal fails if it reaches Parliament. That is not too mention high profile Brexiteers like Farage saying the deal is rubbish and he would prefer extension. Why can’t Brexiteers honour their own votes at the referendum and accept we are leaving? Why are they trying to undermine democracy by stopping us leaving the EU?
  22. BlueBob

    Brexit Discussion

    And based on the recent past, there was me thinking their prime duty was to run out into the playground, take the ball and not play with their friends unless they said “pretty please” very nicely. Noooo surely that was just a dream I was having🙈
  23. A woman arrested by the National Crime Agency in Bristol last week as part of an investigation into human trafficking has now been charged. 44-year-old Joanna Gomulska, from Lockleaze in Bristol, was initially released on bail following her arrest on 8 October, but today (Thursday 17 October) was charged with 21 offences relating to human trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation. She was also charged with one offence of money laundering and one offence of possessing articles to be used in fraud. Gomulska has been bailed to appear at Bristol Magistrates Court on 31 October. 43-year-old Slovakian national Maros Tancos, of Thingwall Park, Fishponds, was previously charged and is next due before Bristol Crown Court on 8 November. The charges follow a two year NCA investigation into the suspected exploitation of dozens of predominantly Slovak migrants. The investigation has been supported by Slovakian authorities and Avon & Somerset Police. Anyone with suspicions about activity that may be linked to exploitation can call the Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700, or the police on 101. 17 October 2019 View the full article
  24. Zulu 22

    Brexit Discussion

    You say: Then the prime duty, what is best for the country is, surely, to return sovereignty to our Parliament, to follow our laws. Secondly the interests of their constituents, which they are not doing, especially people in Labour constituencies who have voted very strongly to leave i.e. Yvette Cooper and others. They are ignoring the wishes of the people. Thirdly, very few are acting in the interests of their parties and certainly not following the first two principles.
  25. Chief Cheetah

    Brexit Discussion

    I've quoted this before but it is worth repeating. Theoretically, contemporary MPs are considered to have two duties, or three if they belong to a political party. Their primary responsibility is to act in the national interest. They must also act in the interests of their constituents where this does not override their primary responsibility. Finally, if they belong to a political party, they may act in the interests of that party, subordinate to the other two responsibilities.[
  26. Zulu 22

    Brexit Discussion

    Impending Court Action to try and stop Parliament would be a complete betrayal of Democracy and contrary to The Bill of Rights Act 1689. The question remains who on earth do the M.P.'s represent, their constituents or their own small minded opinion. If a General election is called a lot of M.P.'s will find themselves unemployed. Of course we only have reports of what the deal is, none of us knows the full details.
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