Well she probably CAN’T justify them now she has been ACCUSED of them BY the Mail. Regardless OF whether she HAS done anything wrong she is now GUILTY cos the Mail SAID SO. I can see this SPURIOUS capitalization catching on. IT REALLY HAMMERS HOME YOUR POINT.
Well, you could sell the necklace, £35K is a life-changing amount of money for most people.
Otherwise I really can’t see how owning a piece of jewellery will change your life, unless it means whenever you wear it people will come up to you, ask if you won it from the Express and then spit in your face for being an Express reader when you reply in the affirmative.
If the woman is trying to have an inclusive assembly does that mean there will be no prayer in Assembly at this school? (Would it be difficult to have prayer for Christians and Muslims at the same time?) Surely the Mail will be pissed about that as another sign of religion being dragged out of the schools by the secular nazis that it so hates? In saying that I am all for inclusive Assembly’s with different faiths. I don’t know how it would work though.
Well, as far as I’m concerned the litmus test of a good Home Secretary is how tightly they maintain immigration controls so as to stop our nation becoming full to overflowing. Jacqui Smith could abuse the expenses system all she likes in my book providing that she reverses New Labour’s open-door immigration policy. So yes, I agree, the DM has got its priorities wrong on this one, although my reasons for saying this are somewhat different to those which most visitors to this site will have.
Well it turns out that the Parliamentary standards committe has looked at this and however odd some of this might look they reckon Smith is acting within the law.
Like them or loathe them the fact is that it is this Labour Gov which set up the standards committee and practices are far tighter than what went on before.
That’s not to say everything is perfection or no longer in need of tightening up from time to time but the tory press and their portrayal of this Gov as being worse than anything that has gone before is laughably ignorant nonsense.
This story is utterly horrible – quite apart from the ghastly treatment dished out by a teacher who should know better, the comments reveal a great deal about the mean-spirited, prejudiced mentality of the average Mail reader. Some support the girl, but have hundreds of red arrows next to them. Disgusting.
Sam – an overflowing country is one where you have to wait
years for council accomodation (Hillingdon being a good example), weeks to see a doctor for a routine
appointment and class sizes are stretched to capacity along with public transport The real effects will take a generation or two to really come through in high birth rates but then you are probably too brain dead to see that.