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Reader’s comment: Police hold us to ransom

In response to Campbell Campbell-Jack: Bigger isn’t better – the lesson from PC McPlod, JB wrote: Police forces in general are too large and powerful and their leaders have become lazy and politicised. This is why they’re now holding taxpayers to ransom, saying they won’t investigate various crimes unless they get even more money. Our […]

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Reader’s comment: The BBC’s crucifixion of Damian Green

In response to Paul T Horgan: Rainbows at the footie – a truly pointless gesture, PierrePendre wrote: It’s interesting to juxtapose this public endorsement of homosexuality and other kinds of alternative sexuality with the BBC’s crucifixion of Damian Green for allegedly indulging a well-known and legal male heterosexual taste, whether the allegation is true or […]

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Reader’s comment: Oh, for elbow patches

In response to Junior Lefties say the deepest things!, Trojan wrote: Great article, thanks for making me titter. But it made me feel nostalgic for the days when there were real Left-wing intellectuals who wore corduroy jackets with leather patches on the elbows, and looked similar to the young Kenneth Barlow; men who read Crossman […]

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Reader’s comment: The surrender monkey-in-chief

In response to Laura Perrins: Dear EU, please take all our money. Love, Theresa, Politically__Incorrect wrote:   Theresa (Dane-Geld) May is one of the worst appeasers of modern times I can think of. She, and her band of surrender monkeys, have betrayed this country, and its taxpayers in particular, big time. Instead of focusing on […]

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Reader’s comment: The Tories are the hokey cokey party

In response to Andrew Cadman: Hold fast over Brexit, Mrs May, Ravenscar wrote: We should have walked on the morning of the 24th June 2016. If we had, it would have been all over and we would now be free of the shackles of the moribund-sclerotic empire and enemy of all sovereign nations. But: ♫I […]

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Reader’s comment: No children, no hope

In response to Laura Perrins: Why breed in anti-family Britain?, Hugh_Oxford wrote: The irony is that Left-wing models of the welfare state rely entirely on conservative values of procreation. But the Left, the sexual Left especially, have been busy dismantling the moral structures that incentivise and order procreation and therefore make the welfare state sustainable. […]

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