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Ian Birrell
'My son, Jack, killed in this attack, would not wish his death to be used as the pretext for more draconian sentences or for detaining people unnecessarily.' Beautiful words from a grieving father. But instantly does what David Merritt begged politicians to avoid
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julian jessop Nov 30
There are none so blind as those who will not see. Inviting a convicted terrorist to a high profile convention in the capital must now be seen as the high water mark for the premise that rehabilitation is possible for all. For Islamist terrorists it is clearly a bridge too far.
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kevin savage Dec 1
Would anyone allow a tiger out of the zoo and let walk around the streets of London and then when it did what a tiger does, would anyone be surprised and outraged. No because this attack should never have been allowed, never in anyone’s world was this a good idea
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Graham Meech Nov 30
In nine years of Tory government they have decimated the police force and judiciary. This is total bollocks, and as usual peddled by
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TheEthicalFoodie Nov 30
is so quick off the mark to exploit a tragedy in for personal political advantage. Is he emotionally and morally fit to be Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
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π™ˆπ™–π™§π™  𝙋𝙀𝙭𝙀𝙣 Dec 1
Perfect Masters thrive on disasters. (ref B Eno)
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Build 🌹 Nov 30
Because in the world if the Tory nothing else matters except self preservation. Everyone can be used as a pawn to win votes...even the dead apparently. Non of the current Cons have any morals. They are truly evil.
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Adam Nov 30
Jesus H, this is bad. Surely this breaks a press regulation of some kind?
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Lisa Smeaton Nov 30
Alas, with the government poodle there is no effective press regulation. They can write absolutely anything and maybe, just maybe, they put a tiny apology tucked into the corner of page 14 three months later.
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Lynnette Lock #FBPE Welsh European Nov 30
Exploiting the death and using it as a pr stunt this man is morally corrupt
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Robin Nov 30
Concur. It is despicable how people use someone's death for political expediency. How the death of that boy who drowned was used to force indigenous populations to carry even a bigger burden for migration instead of running on a more palatable platform of compassion.
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