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cheers troops, keep up the good copying and pasting it will give us all a chance to get to know each others points of view better (he said muttering away to himself ) 



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mr mac.yeah if only people knew the true scale of corruption in london it would shock you.mind you i was surprised how bad it was up there to.londons not a nice place nomore to live in and far from safe.i always go to windsor as i love the shopping there and its so fresh and green.so i can say you aint missing nothing by not being here.listen you concentrate on your driving skills when you wont something that much your get it walt and see.pm me when your fed up and bored and got the hump ill send you a ticket up and you can spend all day at hhyde park ranting and raving.always reamber this where all on this site for one thing thats to gain first hand knowledge of all the snakes in the grasss.and you know its nice talking to you at last

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cheers troops, keep up the good copying and pasting it will give us all a chance to get to know each others points of view better (he said muttering away to himself ) 

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BEEN TO A FEW RALLEYS IN HYDE PARK YEARS AGO LINDA, SOME PLACE, MIGHT JUST TAKE YOU UP ON THAT ONE OF THESE DAYS, ARE YOU FROM UP HERE ORIGINALLY? WOULD LOVE TO VISIT LEGO LAND IN WINSOR WITH MA SON, HE WOULD LOVE IT, USED TO GO TO A CRACKING CLUB IN WINDSOR CALLED MIRAGE, REALLY GOOD CLUB, ALWAYS JUMPING, USED TO DRINK IN A POTTY WEE PUB JUST OUTSIDE WINDSOR IN A PLACE CALLED WRASBURY, PUB WAS CALLED THE MAGIC ROUNABOUT.YOU LIVE NEAR WINDSOR? STAINES MAYBE?



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mr mac ill catch  up with ya tonight as im busy doing a lunch



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mr mac.ill answer your questions for you no im born in london my mums from glasgow.i couldnt even tell you aboat pubs in windsor i just love the cobbled streets there and the nice surroundings and the shopping.lego land yes ive been there all kids love it there.if you ever wont tickets ill sort them out for you no problem.i dont live near windsor.im in a very nice area of north london.as for the rallys in hyde park.ive only sat back and observed what these people are saying.i dont judge them as im sure they have the own personal reasons to attend and let of some steam.now lets hope you can let of some steam and tell us all youve passed your driving test on friday.

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BEEN TO A FEW RALLEYS IN HYDE PARK YEARS AGO LINDA, SOME PLACE, MIGHT JUST TAKE YOU UP ON THAT ONE OF THESE DAYS, ARE YOU FROM UP HERE ORIGINALLY? WOULD LOVE TO VISIT LEGO LAND IN WINSOR WITH MA SON, HE WOULD LOVE IT, USED TO GO TO A CRACKING CLUB IN WINDSOR CALLED MIRAGE, REALLY GOOD CLUB, ALWAYS JUMPING, USED TO DRINK IN A POTTY WEE PUB JUST OUTSIDE WINDSOR IN A PLACE CALLED WRASBURY, PUB WAS CALLED THE MAGIC ROUNABOUT.YOU LIVE NEAR WINDSOR? STAINES MAYBE?

Sorry MCGUINNESS you are not allowed to ask personal questions on the OPEN FORUM.

 

You can however use the PM (Private Message) facility.

 

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SORRY J5, I'M LEARNING THOUGH, I'LL GET IT RIGHT YET

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SORRY J5, I'M LEARNING THOUGH, I'LL GET IT RIGHT YET

I am very sorry McG.....I have already reported you to H6 who will deal with matters.......and I mean deal. Goodnight Vienna job I think!


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A2 you are 100% in your appraisal of MCGUINNESS'S POSTS and disruptive input on matters.

 

H6 will take the necessary steps to make sure that it is resolved in full


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31 October 2006
MSP RENT EXCUSE

AN MSP who uses taxpayers' cash to rent his son's flat has insisted no one benefited financially.

East Lothian MSP John Home Robertson claims £600 a month in expenses for the Edinburgh flat.

He is allowed to do so as his Borders home is more than a 90-minute journey from Holyrood.

In an email to Labour MSPs, he wrote: "If he had not let the flat to me, he'd have found another tenant and if I had not leased it I'd have rented another at the same cost, so there is no question of any financial advantage to anybody.


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Da Vinci Code attacker detained
Glasgow High Court
Glasgow High Court heard the public needed protection from Miller
A man who attacked his parents in their home with a knife has been locked up without limit of time.

Henry Miller, known as Harry, tried to kill his parents on 6/6/06 in Dundee while acting under delusions linked to bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code.

At the High Court in Glasgow, judge Lord Kinclaven ordered the 46-year-old to be detained in Murray Royal Hospital, Perth.

He said the public needed to be protected from serious harm.

Miller repeatedly attacked his mother and father with a knife at their home on Dundee's Elm Street, leaving them badly injured.

'Terrible event'

Police forced their way into the victims' house and found Miller with a kitchen knife with a six-inch blade.

As they restrained him he said: "We're all gonna die at six minutes past six on the sixth of the sixth of the sixth."

"You will all die. The Devil is here. All the police are going to die.....and their families. It's the end of the world," he said.

During an earlier hearing, consultant forensic psychiatrist Dr Karen Richard, said that Miller, a former shop steward at Dundee's Timex plant, had become increasingly preoccupied with The Da Vinci Code book.

He believed that on 6 June, 2006 there was going to be a terrible event and the only solution was to take the life of his mother and father.


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In 1605, thirteen young men planned to blow up
the Houses of Parliament. Among them was
Guy Fawkes, Britain's most notorious traitor.

After Queen Elizabeth I died in 1603, English Catholics who had been persecuted under her rule had hoped that her successor, James I, would be more tolerant of their religion. James I had, after all, had a Catholic mother. Unfortunately, James did not turn out to be more tolerant than Elizabeth and a number of young men, 13 to be exact, decided that violent action was the answer.

A small group took shape, under the leadership of Robert Catesby. Catesby felt that violent action was warranted. Indeed, the thing to do was to blow up the Houses of Parliament. In doing so, they would kill the King, maybe even the Prince of Wales, and the Members of Parliament who were making life difficult for the Catholics. Today these conspirators would be known as extremists, or terrorists.

To carry out their plan, the conspirators got hold of 36 barrels of gunpowder - and stored them in a cellar, just under the House of Lords.

But as the group worked on the plot, it became clear that innocent people would be hurt or killed in the attack, including some people who even fought for more rights for Catholics. Some of the plotters started having second thoughts. One of the group members even sent an anonymous letter warning his friend, Lord Monteagle, to stay away from the Parliament on November 5th. Was the letter real?

The warning letter reached the King, and the King's forces made plans to stop the conspirators.

Guy Fawkes, who was in the cellar of the parliament with the 36 barrels of gunpowder when the authorities stormed it in the early hours of November 5th, was caught, tortured and executed.

It's unclear if the conspirators would ever have been able to pull off their plan to blow up the Parliament even if they had not been betrayed. Some have suggested that the gunpowder itself was so old as to be useless. Since Guy Fawkes and the other conspirators got caught before trying to ignite the powder, we'll never know for certain.

Even for the period which was notoriously unstable, the Gunpowder Plot struck a very profound chord for the people of England. In fact, even today, the reigning monarch only enters the Parliament once a year, on what is called "the State Opening of Parliament". Prior to the Opening, and according to custom, the Yeomen of the Guard search the cellars of the Palace of Westminster. Nowadays, the Queen and Parliament still observe this tradition.

On the very night that the Gunpowder Plot was foiled, on November 5th, 1605, bonfires were set alight to celebrate the safety of the King. Since then, November 5th has become known as Bonfire Night. The event is commemorated every year with fireworks and burning effigies of Guy Fawkes on a bonfire.

Some of the English have been known to wonder, in a tongue in cheek kind of way, whether they are celebrating Fawkes' execution or honoring his attempt to do away with the government.


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arh poor old guy fawkes  i dont celebrate hes execution poor sod.maybe if he was around today he would dispose of the goverment weve got now especially micheal howard the former home secretary.somehowe i dont think guy fawkes would hold in with traitors 

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Hi Linda, I can remember when I was younger all the fuss about 5th November and the wee Guy on top of the fire but to be honest I was more interested in the fireworks to have really understood it all......especially them big rockets and there's me with a sparkler.

 

If history is anything to go by the past and present lot in Parliament are traitors to the common folk on the streets with lie after lie......oh and them GET OUT OF JAIL CARDS....who do they think their kidding?

 

 


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