It is just like the millions of motorists on our roads, they are far too impatient sometimes for their own good, only difference appears to be 10 mins is to long for Londoners, but seconds are too long to wait for motorists. Just ook at some of the comments on previous threads, what some have to say about waiting behind a cyclist.
@vicks , so we are being pedantic now are we.
@vicks read the last sentence of the thread above, I did conveniently mention grabbing her around the neck---didn't I?
Jeremy Hunt not refering to what happened in this case, but said, "No violence is acceptable"' when refering to the happenings in Hong Kong. Peaceful demo's are ok. So to my mind however difficult it is to restrain yourself, Feild is guilty on all counts, it was a peaceful demo by the lady he grabbed around the neck.
Some people on this site seem to think it is all right to take the law into their own hands, let them try it and then see what the law thinks. Anyone can challenge the law, but you must not break the law and you must not encourage others to do it either.
There is a challenge going on in the High Court claiming that legally we have already left the EU, With a no deal. Maybe that is why BoJo is not having to much to say about leaving with ano deal, because he knows or hi backers know, we have already left. Lets hope our learnedfriends get their judgement right. The person bringing the challenge and has the backing of several High Court judges, is ...
@vicks , I do not need a history lesson, all I am saying is that people on this site are making assumptions. It is not a foregone collusion that BoJo (that will please some on this site to call him BoJo) will even fill the top slot although things are looking that way at the moment. Don't you remember when Gove stabbed BoJo in the back when the top slot was up for grabs? T his article was ...
@burnside, another one who must have a crystal ball. Being elected as leader of the tory party, is just that. There has to be a General Election to get him to rule the country.
@vicks She may not have had an invite and neither was she stopped from entering that meeting. There are so many like meetings many of which are staged managed. So whose fault was it that she was there? Ifthey wanted her out, then they should havecalled the police who are lawfully qualified to deal with such situations. We cannot and must not have others taking the law into their own hands. Look ...
An assault is an assault, as is a crime is a crime. those of you who defend such actions, ought to be ashamed. He had no right to do what he did and a man in his position ought to know better