23 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Papers

  1. Matt Lucozade: The Only Reader of the Village

    Richard Satchwell will take lie detector test? Try IQ test. Three live TV interviews in four days when you’re not a sympathetic figure is sheer stupidity.

    1. anne

      When you’re not a sympathetic figure is pure stupidity?

      So are you saying it made the public less sympathetic to him?

      What difference does it make?

      His aim he’s said is to bring attention to the case, not to win sympathy.

  2. Catherine costelloe

    Bizarre for sure. We need this lie detector for our politicians and zapped every time they lie. Nothing too severe, facial spasms and contortions lasting 7 seconds would be a great craic to watch. Wouldn’t it , Charlie?

      1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

        I think it’s ment to have military undertones suggesting authority and power
        pff

        1. theo kretschmar schuldorff

          I saw this movie before..
          ‘This morning the British Ambassador in Berlin handed the German Government a
          final Note stating that, unless we heard from them by 11 o’clock that they were
          prepared at once to withdraw their troops from Poland, a state of war would
          exist between us’ etc

          1. Martco

            Brittas Empire
            Brittle Empire
            Banjacksed Empire
            Bentover Empire
            Banjoed Empire
            Broken Empire
            ….

          2. The Old Boy

            “I have to tell you now that no such undertaking has been received, and that consequently this country is about to be rendered into oblivion by a hellish fireball.

            You can imagine what a bitter blow it is to me…”

        2. Neilo

          If the UK legislates its own version of the Magnitsky Act – and there’s talk that it could go through the Houses very quickly – that will hit Russia where it hurts: the pocket.

          1. Martco

            nah it’ll never happen

            too many Brittas Empire subjects palms are greased now & hooked on the proceeds

            couple years back there was a spate of bbc & c4 docus digging the subject of dodgy russian moneylaundering…there’s a whole industry in this now around property in Kensington, Chelsea etc. & naturally secondary industries supporting it….everything from estate agents to florists

            checkmate

          2. Neilo

            You must give me the contact details for your Crystal Ball Guy. Do you seek auguries from the Octopus Of Oberhausen, as well? :)

          3. some old queen

            Yes well, shops fronts do not make legitimate business, otherwise there is a LOT of hair needs doing in Belfast.

            One of the most desirable areas in London, Chelsea, now half empty. Most bizzare.

    1. Taunton

      I remember family in Birmingham in the 80’s/90’s moving out because of harassment from predominantly Pakistani men. They were accused of being racist for having the temerity of not wanting to be assaulted and raped by these gangs.

    2. Junkface

      Bloody Hell that is horrific stuff! These crimes need to be front page on all of the major Newspapers and websites. It seems their Social Services and local Police were useless, lazy or just didn’t want to know. Facts of a case should always come ahead of racial sensitivity, avoiding the reality of these cases will do more harm in the long run.

      1. Jimmey_russell

        no the media is right to leave it alone it’s in the past now there’s no point going over and over it. Racists would use the story to stoke up hate and suspicion towards Pakistani communities this of those people and how they would be treated, also remember the catholic church has done loads of abuse to children and that never makes the papers too.

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