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By Cyclist
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Would this be the same Commonwealth Tom Daley is having a go at because more than half of the member countries have passed laws making it illegal to be born with one particular sexuality?

That ticks the Failite's box. They don't want *that* rammed down their throats.
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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Is it a Milgram effect*, or are the Border Police just itching to chuck out everyone who is slightly darker with no time wasted because they're a bunch of semi-literate racist cunts?

*The experiment where volunteers were prepared to administer what they thought were potentially fatal electric shocks to people because they were told to by an authority figure.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment
 
By Arnold
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Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:23 am
Is it a Milgram effect*, or are the Border Police just itching to chuck out everyone who is slightly darker with no time wasted because they're a bunch of semi-literate racist cunts?

*The experiment where volunteers were prepared to administer what they thought were potentially fatal electric shocks to people because they were told to by an authority figure.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment
Milgram effect. As with the DHSS staff being ordered to sanction benefit claimants for trivial reasons. To say nothing of universal credit, widely known to leave claimants worse off.
 
By Arnold
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May leads with coldness and cruelty. Just ask the children of Windrush

Not just her. The Tories can't wash their hands of this.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... -ministers

May reverses government position on Windrush immigration meeting

Downing Street said May had only become aware of the request on Monday morning and confirmed that she would be holding a meeting “at the earliest possible opportunity” with the Caribbean leaders.
Too busy bombing Syria no doubt. It was widely reported late last week.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... mmigration
 
By Arnold
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In normal circumstances, Rudd and Noakes would have little choice but to resign. Either they knew or have no control over departments that are making their own policy.
And what about May? She wanted Britain to be a hostile place for immigrants.

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By D.C. Harrison
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I'm not a child of immigrants. I'm pretty sure you can trace my family back 1000 years and they'd pretty much all be born on this island. But this story makes me, excuse my lack of articulation, fucking furious.

The saddest part is, I'd say Corbyn should hammer them on this, but I'm really not sure even the most competent Labour leader can say anything to make enough people give a toss anymore.
 
By Boiler
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Sadly, there will also be people out there snarling into their shit lager that they've just been denied the chance to chuck the forrins out legally. :evil:

It's interesting to note that even if you are naturalised, the Government reserves the right to revoke it. At least, that's what it said on my Dad's papers.
 
By Malcolm Armsteen
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There was a TV vox pop with some woman in the Black Country (sic) soon after the referendum. She made it clear that her belief had been that all forrins would be expelled the day after the vote. She wasn't joking, and I reckon she wasn't alone...
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