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23 hours ago, Bristolhibby said:

Fair play to the coppers, standing there without any protective gear.

So close to that door handle too.

You’d have thought they would all be dressed like spacemen.

J

merlin_136133751_b400cb41-df55-4c99-bdaa

shes a bit fat for chasing criminals

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16 minutes ago, Kirk said:

shes a bit fat for chasing criminals

aye but if she caught you.... curtains. :oops:

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8 hours ago, Eisegerwind said:

See when you've read it give us a summary. Being old as fuck I can't read something that long unless it's printed on A4.

It's not that long.

I know I'm a bit sick, but I couldn't help having a wee giggle at the bit about the cat.

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The Russians seem to be quite interested in how the French are involved in this investigation. No idea what that is all about.

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6 hours ago, Orraloon said:

The Russians seem to be quite interested in how the French are involved in this investigation. No idea what that is all about.

Cables during the Libya campaign show what total khunts France were. Sarkosy was desperate for the gold and to look good and stop Libyan influence in the former French colonies.. Gaddafi had all these plans to build aquifers all along northern Africa. Had amassed dozens of tonnes of gold and silver and was going to use that to back loans for other African nations to wean them off the predatory world bank. He even secretly bankrolled Sarkosy (something we're only finding out about) for him to win the election. For all this he was sodomized to death with a knife and his country destroyed and now we have a literal slave trade of African Libyans going on.

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Came into work and this piece of propaganda had been sent to everyone 

 

lied missile strikes on Syria – a message from the Head of the Civil Service

 

 
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Allied missile strikes on Syria – a message from the Head of the Civil Service

In the early hours of 14 April, the armed forces of the United Kingdom, the United States and France launched a series of co-ordinated strikes on sites in Syria linked with the production and storage of chemical weapons. This was in response to the use of prohibited chemical weapons by the Syrian regime against the civilian population of Douma, whose horrific consequences were widely reported.

I want to thank civil servants in a number of departments, but especially in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, Department for International Development, Department for Health and Social Care (and Public Health England), Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, and the Cabinet Office, for their work after the attack on Douma and throughout the allied operation. This response was designed to degrade the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons capability and as a deterrent to their future use.

Coming after the nerve agent attack in Salisbury just over a month ago, I also want to take this opportunity to renew my gratitude to the hundreds of public servants - at home and abroad - involved in the response to that attack and the ongoing investigation. Their work was instrumental in ensuring widespread international support for the Government’s position on Russian responsibility for the Salisbury attack and the participation of many nations in the diplomatic sanctions that followed.  
We could wish it was in different circumstances. However, the response to the Salisbury incident and the chemical attack on Douma showed the public service at its best: collaborative, professional and quick to act in the national interest, even under the greatest pressure.


Jeremy Heywood
Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
 
 
 
 
 
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45 minutes ago, Ally Bongo said:

Came into work and this piece of propaganda had been sent to everyone 

 

lied missile strikes on Syria – a message from the Head of the Civil Service

 
 
4e28eb28-b812-4ddf-b0fc-c01cebcc7a31.jpg
 

Allied missile strikes on Syria – a message from the Head of the Civil Service

In the early hours of 14 April, the armed forces of the United Kingdom, the United States and France launched a series of co-ordinated strikes on sites in Syria linked with the production and storage of chemical weapons. This was in response to the use of prohibited chemical weapons by the Syrian regime against the civilian population of Douma, whose horrific consequences were widely reported.

I want to thank civil servants in a number of departments, but especially in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, Department for International Development, Department for Health and Social Care (and Public Health England), Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, and the Cabinet Office, for their work after the attack on Douma and throughout the allied operation. This response was designed to degrade the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons capability and as a deterrent to their future use.

Coming after the nerve agent attack in Salisbury just over a month ago, I also want to take this opportunity to renew my gratitude to the hundreds of public servants - at home and abroad - involved in the response to that attack and the ongoing investigation. Their work was instrumental in ensuring widespread international support for the Government’s position on Russian responsibility for the Salisbury attack and the participation of many nations in the diplomatic sanctions that followed.  
We could wish it was in different circumstances. However, the response to the Salisbury incident and the chemical attack on Douma showed the public service at its best: collaborative, professional and quick to act in the national interest, even under the greatest pressure.


Jeremy Heywood
Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Well, that has got to be the longest contribution to the wanky phrase thread. Was it accompanied by a rendition of God Save the Queen? 

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2 hours ago, Ally Bongo said:

Came into work and this piece of propaganda had been sent to everyone 

 

lied missile strikes on Syria – a message from the Head of the Civil Service

 
 
4e28eb28-b812-4ddf-b0fc-c01cebcc7a31.jpg
 

Allied missile strikes on Syria – a message from the Head of the Civil Service

In the early hours of 14 April, the armed forces of the United Kingdom, the United States and France launched a series of co-ordinated strikes on sites in Syria linked with the production and storage of chemical weapons. This was in response to the use of prohibited chemical weapons by the Syrian regime against the civilian population of Douma, whose horrific consequences were widely reported.

I want to thank civil servants in a number of departments, but especially in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, Department for International Development, Department for Health and Social Care (and Public Health England), Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, and the Cabinet Office, for their work after the attack on Douma and throughout the allied operation. This response was designed to degrade the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons capability and as a deterrent to their future use.

Coming after the nerve agent attack in Salisbury just over a month ago, I also want to take this opportunity to renew my gratitude to the hundreds of public servants - at home and abroad - involved in the response to that attack and the ongoing investigation. Their work was instrumental in ensuring widespread international support for the Government’s position on Russian responsibility for the Salisbury attack and the participation of many nations in the diplomatic sanctions that followed.  
We could wish it was in different circumstances. However, the response to the Salisbury incident and the chemical attack on Douma showed the public service at its best: collaborative, professional and quick to act in the national interest, even under the greatest pressure.


Jeremy Heywood
Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Was there a memo sent out praising Home Office staff for destroying all the land records for Commonwealth citizens.

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Yeah Civil Service wasn't for me. I had a job helping people with their tax returns, specifically online and also small businesses using HMRC own small business app.

The Editor for the Guardian hadn't done his self assessment and it was due next day. So instead of doing what anybody else would do and phone up. He contacted someone in the civil service who then contacted the head of my building (who had left an hour later, i was working backshift with a couple of other folk) who then contacted the head of my department who was still in, and he spoke to my line manager to get me to phone the guy back and do the self assessment for him.

Should have seen their faces when i said "no, he can phone in like everyone else". "you're the ones breaking the rules by giving special treatment to certain tax-payers"

So the manager ended up doing it and pretty much didn't speak to me much after that. Although nobody could really say anything as i was in the right no one should get special treatment, I think they resented the fact i might have fucked up their chance to be brown nosers.

It's mental how many careerists willing to do anything you get in work places.

God knows why i've typed out a page of biography on myself here, ah well it's typed now might as well post.

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You should read Peter Hitchens blog on the bombing of Syria and how he is worried about the mainstream media's reporting of it 

Then watch him on This Week with Andrew Neil where Neil, Pritty Patel and Alan Johnston confirm everything he wrote 

He asked them at least 3 times where they were getting their evidence from without reply 

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40 minutes ago, Ally Bongo said:

You should read Peter Hitchens blog on the bombing of Syria and how he is worried about the mainstream media's reporting of it 

Then watch him on This Week with Andrew Neil where Neil, Pritty Patel and Alan Johnston confirm everything he wrote 

He asked them at least 3 times where they were getting their evidence from without reply 

Old Brillo Pad lost the plot with him towards the end, haven't seen him so agitated since Jeanne Freeman showed him up in 2014. 

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On Friday, April 20, 2018 at 11:43 AM, aaid said:

Old Brillo Pad lost the plot with him towards the end

Yeah saw that, his failure to grasp the point Hitchens was making was extraordinary.

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