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Brexit: The threat from  the Remainers…and how to refute and defeat them

Robert Henderson The anti-democratic behaviour of the remainers over the EU referendum vote  is not a surprise but the brazenness and crudity of their attempts  is still shocking  and deeply  worrying  because  a majority of those with power and public … Continue reading

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After the EU referendum

The battle has been won but not the war Robert Henderson The Europhiles threw a great deal at the EU referendum campaign.  There was the shameless   use of government resources especially those of the Treasury to propagandise for the Remain … Continue reading

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Molesting justice

Robert Henderson The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Alison Saunders  is to issue new  guidance to  police forces and prosecutors on the treatment of allegations of rape, viz: Mrs Saunders said: “For too long society has blamed rape victims for … Continue reading

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ADC John Grieve and Greg Dyke’s “Hideously white BBC”

Those following the Stephen Lawrence: the never ending story will have registered the involvement of Assistant Deputy Commissioner John Grieve in the secret recording of  Duwayne Brookes and his lawyer. I crossed swords with Grieve back in 2001 when he … Continue reading

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Emma West’s trial scheduled for the sixth time

Robert Henderson Emma West was due to stand trial at Croydon Crown Court for  two racially aggravated public order offences  arising from her complaint about  mass immigration and its effects made on a Croydon tram  in November 2011 . The … Continue reading

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Crime, punishment and public confidence in justice

Robert Henderson The ex-minister Chris Huhne and his erstwhile wife  Vikky Pryce were sentenced to 8 months imprisonment for perverting the course of justice (http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/chris-huhne-and-vicky-pryce-jail-sentences-not-unduly-lenient-8546334.html).  No, hang on, they have really been sentenced to probably two, possibly  three months inside  with … Continue reading

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The Stephen Lawrence killing: Are we in for more legally rickety convictions?

Robert Henderson It is reported that  Gary Dobson, one of the two men convicted of the murder of  the black teenager Stephen Lawrence,  has dropped his appeal against conviction (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2293994/Gary-Dobson-drops-fight-appeal-conviction-Stephen-Lawrence-murder.html#ixzz2Nhn1xdoO).  However, the dropping of the appeal does not necessarily mean … Continue reading

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