well, you know, as Dave said about Coulson, we really have to give people a second chance, don't we? Unless they are poor people, of course.
Perhpas a link to this on http://www.notthebarnettimes.co.uk/would be useful, DCMD.
baarnett, there is a link at the top right hand side of that blog (underneath the banner)
Sorry- didn't see at first.Crime and Punishment: Scanning the blogs, I see there are now over 4000 comments on a Peter Oborne article in the Telegraph: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/peteroborne/100100708/the-moral-decay-of-our-society-is-as-bad-at-the-top-as-the-bottom/.I remember seeing a picture of a Bang & Olufsen shop done over during the week, so I was drawn towards Oborne's comment: "Yesterday, the veteran Labour MP Gerald Kaufman asked the Prime Minister to consider how these rioters can be 'reclaimed' by society. Yes, this is indeed the same Gerald Kaufman who submitted a claim for three months’ expenses totalling £14,301.60, which included £8,865 for a Bang & Olufsen television."It's not the most important point in the article, but it shows the hypocrisy.
Don’t forget the hypocrisy of Hazel Blears. The riots presented a good opportunity for MPs to divert attention from the phone hacking scandal, which has exposed the far too cosy relationship between party leaders and the media.
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