No charges...?

Should the charges be made


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#6
Unless anyone here works for the CPS and has seen all the paperwork we are not in the position to make the decision, therefore I will not be casting a vote.

Mud was slung in a nasty attempt to smear Blair and it worked by causing him to loose authority.
 

janner

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#7
Enquiry was started as the result of a complaint from an SNP MP I understand, so it must have been right eh. Fink :bball:
 
#8
The SNP are a bunch of twats anyone who thinks that splitting up the Union is a good idea should be sectioned, nationalism creates nothing but trouble and let's face it, deep down we all love each other.
 
#9
finknottle said:
The SNP are a bunch of twats anyone who thinks that splitting up the Union is a good idea should be sectioned, nationalism creates nothing but trouble and let's face it, deep down we all love each other.
Now Now Fink --the SNP have done more in three months up here than the Labour Westminster puppets did in ten years.

As for Mr Blair ex MP now Middle East Envoy --there's another wee enquiry going on as well about his little tete a tetes to the News paper bosses prior to the Iraq invasion . I wonder what he wanted to speak about .


:nemo: :nemo:
 
#10
If allegations were made, whether they be true or false, explanations are required. If no charges are to be brought, the public need to see just why that decision was made. Transperancy - that’s all that is needed.

On the Scotland question ... nice that they get what they ask (vote) for but I just don't see how they could go it alone from a financial perspective. Impossible? Perhaps not, but bloody difficult. Beware of what you wish for - just look at PAYD!!!!

SF
 

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