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I hear that synthetic anger and misrepresentation of my views is being encouraged on another site, following a Labour Minister with nothing better to do with his time than misrepresent my website. In view of this I will not be posting any more on this.

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  1. Stuart Fairney
    Posted December 20, 2007 at 5:00 pm | Permalink

    That’s quite a shame when you consider they are apparently releasing murderers early to jail people for the much more serious crime of driving whilst using phones?

    Also, am I being unkind to Harriet Harman by suggesting that instead of trying to ban prostitution altogether, she should perhaps focus on the strangers who give her money?

    Reply: Now we have arguments between Labour MPs about the sex trade, it looks as if we are witnessing a deliberate NULAB style attempt to take the media away from the various crises to have hit the government.

  2. DennisA
    Posted December 20, 2007 at 6:57 pm | Permalink

    I thought it was an excellent and pertinent piece. The latest announcements re mobile phone use and prostitution only confirm the arguments.

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