Daily Star, 1st August 1983
Daily Star, 2nd August 1983
Community Care, 1st September 1983
The Why Not club that Norman Walker owned is mentioned in a Nick Davies article:
By 1990, these two clubs on Spuistraat – together with Boys for Men, De Boys, the Blue Boy and the Why Not – had become the busiest watering hole in the international paedophile jungle. Dutch police at the time estimated there were 250 paedophiles involved in the production of child pornography in Amsterdam with an unknown floating population of child sex tourists from all over the world. A Swiss businessman, for example, was caught in the city with handcuffs, a gag and a large suitcase with airholes in the side; police found a video of him abusing two young girls with electrodes. A wealthy New York attorney was caught ferrying child pornography from Asia. But it was the British…
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You really couldn’t make this story up if you tried!!
How on earth do these vultures get away with it? Even painting double yellow lines so it looks official!
I love the Judges response!
Please kindly re share to let others know how these scoundrels work. They need putting out of business!
As Christmas approaches, people may notice these signs on the road next to the Royal Mail Seacroft Delivery Office off Coal Road when they’re dropping off or picking up their parcels.
Around the same time that these signs went up, double yellow lines were painted on the road and a parking bay with space for only about four cars, with a permitted waiting time of only a few minutes, was set up.
The signs were put up by a firm called Vehicle Control Services Ltd (VCS), who send out some very official-looking threatening letters and demands for £100 “parking charges”. One thing that is particularly shameful is that these notices even state that disabled people are “not exempt”. But here’s some rather good news for you… these invoices are almost certainly NOT ENFORCEABLE.
Companies like this can (and will) huff and puff as much as they like in…
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Well done! I’d love to be kept informed of your protests….I’m in Ipswich, on the Whitton Estate xxx
Ipswich Unemployed Action.
Earlier in the day.
We had a long wait for Iain Duncan Smith (IDS) yesterday (we began at 9 o’clock) but he finally arrived at “MyGo” Ipswich at 5.00 pm, accompanied by Ben Gummer, before heading off to a £45 a head Tory fund raising dinner in Melton.
This Tory Party stunt received a hostile welcome from many people.
Members of DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts) from Suffolk and Norfolk, and Suffolk Peoples Assembly made sure the message that his term of office as Work & Pensions Minister has been a disaster for people with disabilities and should be terminated immediately came over loud and clear.
As we stood many Ipswich people came up and told us their own stories of how IDS has made their lives worse.
Cries of ‘murderer’ greeted the Tory Toff as he was spotted in the building.
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The bastards are dropping like flies. A string of victories have been won this week as people at the sharp end of austerity have shown that we don’t need giant trade unions or insincere political parties to do politics for us.
In East London, property developers Redrow have announced they are selling their £46.75m stake in 1 Commercial Street, the luxury tower block in East London. This building has been the target of an 18 week campaign against the ‘poor doors’ which force people in the so-called affordable properties to use a different entrance to those living in the posh flats. Rowdy weekly demonstrations have brought chaos to this busy part of London and enjoyed huge local support. The protests are set to continue with a victory celebration next Wednesday 19th November from 6pm.
Meanwhile in Hackney the tenants on the New Era estate have driven the vile Benyon…
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