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UFL 08:18 - Jun 13 with 1665 viewsROTTWEILERS


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UFL on 09:34 - Jun 13 with 1656 viewsspudgun

EXCELLANT!

Just booked them to look after my new statue of Donald Trump, sent a guard of honour to my Uncle Oswald and booked a couple to sort out a fella in the village who is a retired scout leader and likely nonce...
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UFL on 10:58 - Jun 13 with 1649 viewsBringBackTheRedRoom

Ahh, the new #Thugtoo movement.

‘Where there is harmony, may we bring discord. Where there is truth, may we bring error. Where there is faith, may we bring doubt. And where there is hope, may we bring despair’

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UFL on 11:15 - Jun 13 with 1646 viewsspudgun

Boris’s guide to thuggery:

Thuggery: defacing statues of slave traders.

Not thuggery: conspiring with an Old Etonian chum to have a journalist beaten up...
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UFL on 16:44 - Jun 13 with 1640 viewsspell_chekker

What can you say about stuff like this?

It's surprising how some people can be passionate about such extreme views.

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UFL on 18:20 - Jun 13 with 1631 viewsROTTWEILERS


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UFL on 15:05 - Jun 15 with 1616 viewsBringBackTheRedRoom

A man has admitted urinating at the Westminster memorial dedicated to PC Keith Palmer.

Andrew Banks, 28, of Stansted, Essex, was photographed during Saturday's right-wing protests in London.

He was sentenced to 14 days in custody, after pleading guilty to outraging public decency at Westminster Magistrates' Court.

PC Palmer, 48, was stabbed while on duty during the Westminster terror attack on 22 March 2017.

He was one of five people murdered by Khalid Masood.

The image of Banks was widely shared on social media on Saturday as violent clashes between far-right protesters and police took place in central London.

Prosecutor Michael Mallon said Banks, a Tottenham Hotspur fan, was in central London to "protect statues", but admitted he did not know which statues.

He was said to have drunk 16 pints during Friday night into Saturday morning, and had not been to sleep.

Banks contacted police after being confronted by his father, the court heard.

His counsel Stuart Harris said his client was "ashamed by his action", and had mental health issues.

The act was widely condemned at the time by politicians including MP Tobias Ellwood, who gave first aid to PC Palmer as he lay dying in the grounds of Parliament.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-53051096

‘Where there is harmony, may we bring discord. Where there is truth, may we bring error. Where there is faith, may we bring doubt. And where there is hope, may we bring despair’

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