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Phil Wailing
Every Conservative Prime Minister since 1979 has been ousted by the split in the Nasty Party over the European Union. Thatcher, Major, Cameron, Mayhem.

Nothing will change in the Nasty Party, if we leave EU and the 2022 general election returns a Tory government that prime minister will be toppled by the half of the Nasty Party that wants to re-join the EU.

The only way out of the EU conundrum is to wipe the Nasty Party of the face of the earth (through the ballot box of course)
We haven't inherited the earth from our parents, we have borrowed it from our children.
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confused of hornchurch

So they're not a 'strong and stable government' after all?
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confused of hornchurch

Looks like a vote for the fractured Tory party is a wasted vote?
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confused of hornchurch

Perhaps a statement from Margaret Thatcher House could set the record straight after the dust has settled.
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European elections 2019: Nigel Farage surge sends main parties into meltdown
Leader demands a seat at Brexit negotiations
Francis Elliott, Matt Chorley
May 27 2019, 7:30am,
The Times

Nigel Farage at Southampton for the South East count, where he became one of four Brexit Party MEPs. He said the result was a “huge message” for the Tories and Labour
TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images
Nigel Farage has demanded that his Brexit Party be given a role in EU negotiations after sweeping to victory in the European parliament elections.
With counts in 11 of the 12 regions complete, the party topped the national vote share with 31.6 per cent, as the country’s Brexit divisions widened.
Mr Farage vowed to use the result as a springboard to stand in all 650 seats in a general election, ruling out an electoral pact with a new Tory leader because he could not believe their promises on delivering Brexit.
The collapse of the Tory vote to 9.1 per cent was almost matched by a dramatic slump in Labour support to 14.1 per cent.
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all well and good but the remainers won nationwide, just saying what i gleened from the bbc.
If we learn from our mistakes, why aint I a genius, If you educate the masses where's the advantage for the few?

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Phil Wailing
Brexit Party (Leave)      31.7%
Labour (Leave)             14.1%
Conservative (Leave)     8.7%
UKIP (Leave)                3.6%

Total (Leave)                 58.1%

We haven't inherited the earth from our parents, we have borrowed it from our children.
Bob
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Bob
The Brexit party must stand on a simple manifesto out of Europe Parliamentary reform abolish the Lords or reform it into an elected upper house and National health reform ,Nothing else just leave the rest alone instead of muddying the waters.
I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it.

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fred
I thought they just did,the populists can nors the EUSSR up from within now.
Better to suffer from a loss than to suffer every day for not having anything to lose
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BLOODBATH: Four people have been stabbed in east London......
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confused of hornchurch

That's fake news
Bob
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Bob
I see they snuck Andy in the picture in the new orange jacket.
I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it.

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fred
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That fella is an ex employee of St George’s.
Better to suffer from a loss than to suffer every day for not having anything to lose
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Bob
I must have met him some time then.
I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it.

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fred
Used to be a porter,left under a cloud of the story is true.
Better to suffer from a loss than to suffer every day for not having anything to lose
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Brentwood, Romford and Dagenham raids: 16 arrested as police seize imitation firearms and drugs
PUBLISHED: 11:29 12 June 2019 | UPDATED: 12:05 12 June 2019
April Roach  Romford Recorder
 
Police seized imitation firearms and knives following a series of dawn raids across Brentwood, Romford and Dagenham on Wednesday, June 12. Picture: Essex Police
Police arrested 16 people following a series of dawn raids aimed at targeting cocaine dealers in Brentwood, Romford and Dagenham this morning.

Police seized imitation firearms following a series of dawn raids in Brentwood, Dagenham and Romford on Wednesday, June 12. Picture: Essex Police
In the early hours of Wednesday, June 12, police officers began an operation which targeted a network of suspected cocaine dealers who are believed to supply Class A drugs to recreational users across Brentwood.
Acting on information from the community, Essex Police launched an investigation in February targeting dealers supplying Class A drugs to people in bars and pubs across the town centre at weekends.
The investigation culminated today with the execution of more than 20 warrants across Brentwood, Dagenham and Romford.
Police officers seized imitation firearms, knives, weapons, cash and drugs at the properties in Brentwood, Dagenham and Romford. Picture: Essex Police
So far the police have arrested 16 people on suspicion of offences ranging from possession of drugs to possession with intent to supply and being concerned in the supply of drugs.
Imitation firearms, knives, weapons, cash and drugs were seized from the properties.
Ch Insp Lewis Basford, district commander for Brentwood, said: "We are continuing to take our fight to the people who think they can sell drugs on the streets of our county.
Police officers seized imitation firearms, knives, weapons, cash and drugs at the properties in Brentwood, Dagenham and Romford. Picture: Essex Police
"People may think that taking cocaine on their night out on a Friday or Saturday doesn't harm anyone but they are wrong.
"There is a human cost to every single drug sold illegally.
"Someone, whether that is a child or vulnerable person, will have been exploited to get that drug from the person at the top of the drug dealing chain to the individual buying that on the street.
Police dog Dano looks for drugs in one of the police raids in Rollason Way, Brentwood on Wednesday, June 12. Picture: Essex Police
"It may be that a child is trafficked into transporting those drug packages for a dealer, or it may be that someone with a drug habit is exploited into selling cocaine and is subjected to violence unless they comply."
The investigation was supported by Brentwood Borough Council who also provided additional resources to support the policing operation.
At one address in Rollason Way, Brentwood, eight people were arrested for a variety of drug offences.
Police seized knives following a series of dawn raids across Brentwood, Dagenham and Romford. Picture: Essex Police
Officers discovered a large outdoor shed believed to be a makeshit cannabis cultivation set-up.
Ch Insp Brasford added: "Every single wrap of cocaine will be at the cost of someone's blood or tears and we would ask people to think about that the next time they think about taking it for a laugh or a good night out.
"As this operation shows, however long it takes we will target those who think they can sell drugs on the streets of our communities.
"I would like to reassure the residents of Brentwood that where we receive information that criminals, gangs or drug dealers are active in their area we will, as today shows, act on that.
"I would also like to send a clear message to drug dealers and criminals that they are not welcome on the streets of Brentwood or Essex."
If you have information about drug-related crime call Essex Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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Rainham RAF sergeant and Rush Green pensioner jailed for involvement in £1million drug dealing ring
PUBLISHED: 15:38 14 June 2019 | UPDATED: 15:54 14 June 2019
April Roach  Romford Recorder
 
Dennis Jacobs, 71, from Rush Green and David Corentin, a RAF sergeant from Rainham were jailed following their involvement in a drug dealing ring. Picture: NCA
A serving RAF sergeant from Rainham and a 71-year-old man from Rush Green have been jailed for a total of 11 years after admitting their involvement in a £1million drug dealing and money laundering conspiracy.

Around £120,000 was discovered at an address in Carnation Close, Rush Green. Picture: NCA
Officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) discovered in October last year that Dennis Jacobs from Carnation Close in Rush Green, RAF Sgt David Corentin from Lighterman Road in Rainham and Jason Warner from Cambridge Road in Canvey Island were involved in supplying cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines across London and Essex.
Corentin, 32, was stopped by investigators on the A13 after they saw Warner, 48, place a number of large bags into the vehicle he was driving.
When searched, the bags contained more than £500,000.
An encrypted phone was also found in Corentin's vehicle and officers believe this was used to communicate with other members of the organised crime gang.
National Crime Agency investigators discovered cutting agents at an address in Carnation Close, Rush Green. Picture: NCA
Warner was detained 11 days later as he was leaving the sheltered accommodation - where his mother's partner Dennis Jacobs lived - and found to be in possession of a quantity of cocaine.
Officers searched Jacob's flat and found 9.5kg of high-purity cocaine, 1.5kg of MDMA, 11kg of amphetamine and 26kg of cannabis resin with an estimated street value of more than £1million.
Around £120,000 was found stashed in a safe along with various cutting agents and a hydraulic press which was hidden in the bedroom cupboard.
All three were jailed for a total of 11 years at Kingston Crown Court on Thursday, June 13.
National Crime Agency investigators discovered 11kg of amphetamine at an address in Carnation Close, Rush Green. Picture: NCA
John Coles, head of the specialist operations Unit at the NCA said: "Organised crime groups rely on professional enablers like Corentin, Warner and Jacobs to supply cocaine and other class A and B drugs across the UK.
"They are important links in the chain and disrupting their activities is a key priority for the NCA.
"Working with partners, we are stopping the violence and harm drug trafficking fuels, taking away revenue and profits from the criminals who use it to fund other illegal who seek to cause harm in our communities and ensure they face justice."
Corentin pleaded guilty to two counts of money laundering and was jailed for two years and three months.
National Crime Agency investigators discovered 9.5kg of high-purity cocaine at an address in Carnation Close, Rush Green. Picture: NCA
Warner pleaded guilty to four counts of conspiracy to supply controlled drugs and three counts of money laundering and was jailed for eight years and four months.
Jacobs pleaded guilty to three counts of permitting his premises to be used for the production of a controlled substance and one count of money laundering and he was jailed for 12 months.
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Phil Wailing
As residents of Havering know, these past few weeks have seen the scrap of thirty minutes free parking around the borough, and the implementation of new parking charges.

Local businesses who benefit from 30 free minutes of parking outside their shops on high streets around Havering will undoubtedly bear the brunt of this ill thought out policy.

In a country whose economic future hangs in the balance because of Brexit deals, its even more important now than ever to support small businesses.

With free parking taken from residents, the urge to 'pop to the local shop' for bread and milk or to put on the lottery will decline as residents venture to high earning supermarket chains where free parking is available.

At a time when high streets across the country are failing, local shops are often social hubs for the community.

We should be looking to support and encourage small and independent businesses set up by local entrepreneurs, not stifle their ability to earn a decent living.

I can't help but think this is a money-making scheme from Havering's Tory-lead council.

For a party that is supposedly 'pro business' I am surprised at the Tory council for implementing a policy such as this one. Support for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has clearly gone out the window in an effort to line the council's pockets.

Jon Cruddas, Dagenham and Rainham MP

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fred
Did he clear that with Liebour HQ or the wanker Khan who hates motorists more than the Tories?,maybe pass it by the tossers that run the B&D Gulag.
Perhaps he’s on the  Peruvian marching powder.
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