Consider the case new charter housing v Fran Winkley.They dragged her through court because she missed a lunar month rent payment.The judge told the new charter solicitor (don't know if it was Paul Wilson) "If you ever try this again with this poor woman, I'll start with you, then the area manager, then the executive of new charter and you'll all spend a night in the cells.
I got some of it...........
Thunor rides the sky today...
and we got it in Newton too. Glad I wasn't out in it.
Hold on, don't the local Dukinfield chancers do this every election time?An Essex councillor could face a year in prison because she bought pensioners tea and cake before a vote. Labour's Sue Shinnick took the baked goods to a sheltered housing complex before winning her seat in Stifford Clays. But her hospitality backfired after someone reported her to police accusing her of 'treating' - which means an attempt to influence votes - and breaks electoral law. Now Essex Police are investigating the accusation, which comes under section 114 of the Representation of the People Act 1983. If found guilty she could be imprisoned for up to a year and/ or face a fine. 'A person is guilty of treating if either before, during or after an election they directly or indirectly give or provide any food, drink, entertainment or provision to corruptly influence any voter to vote or refrain from voting,' the Electoral Commission says. 'Treating requires a corrupt intent – it does not apply to ordinary hospitality.'
Isn't it about time an investigation into the legitimacy of the Labour Party is launched? Many people are now beginning to view them as a criminal front for deviants and traitors.
That view looks familiar. Pub garden ?
The Old Fleece
Refreshes the parts other blogs cannot reach
Thought so. Another pub soon to die its death
John Taylor @JohnWagTaylor 8hThe bnp mobilised the north west on Saturday 2 demonstrate in Stalybridge against a Islamic community centre, 13 turned then went to the pub Reply Retweet FavoriteExpand
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