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I comprehend what you are saying Talorgan probably without clicking the link so I liked your post.... but keeping in mind it's better (where goals of the public & in SOME businesses are genuine) because if they are sustainable voluntarily or with the right reasons, to be sustainable in somethings or areas of frugal or thrift that can only be good, especially when led by the needs of common people (by people for the people) who seek that to be genuine and maintain it as force for good, even when the PTB do what they always do which is to hijack all that, but they can't easily go against the grain of the people if we have lots of smart earth conscious people with sustainability at the heart of how they live.

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Now this is what I call "taking the piss"...

 

Demolition order for 'home' built on city driveway instead of garage

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A resident who built a property on his driveway without planning permission has been ordered to tear it down. The striking building - which appears to be a tiny house - was erected on a drive in Vaughton Street.

In 2019, Birmingham planners approved an application for a single-storey garage with a footprint of 5.3m x 4.6m and a height of 3.6m - but the building far exceeds that. It also bears no resemblance to a garage.

Following an unsuccessful appeal, the homeowner was told to demolish the new building in April. Inspector Thomas Shields, appointed by the Secretary of State, wrote in his report: "It is substantially larger than the approved building. It is not a minor difference.

"In comparison with the approved garage, the appeal building has a footprint of approximately 8.7m x 4.7m and a height of 5.3m. Instead of a garage door, there is a pedestrian door into the front room and a tripartite bow window. Two more windows in the rear elevation serve a separate, smaller room."

From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/demolition-order-home-built-city-25280639

 

When is a garage not a garage? When it's a tiny little house! 🤪

 

Seriously, it might be a nice little 'annexe', but this is why we have planning regulations and why planning permissions are required. If you get permission to build a garage, and then go ahead and build a cosy little house instead, don't be surprised when a situation like this happens.

 

Was probably expecting some bent corrupt councillor to make sure that someone 'looked the other way'...

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 If you get permission to build a garage, and then go ahead and build a cosy little house instead, don't be surprised when a situation like this happens.

 

he should just put an RSJ across the front and swap the front door and window for a garage door. At least he could maintain an upstairs annex

 

in other news:

Hundreds of convicted criminals including sex offenders and paedophiles are working for police forces across the UK, data shows

  • There are 284 police workers across England and Wales with crime convictions 
  • Includes corruption, sex offences, assaults and child pornography possession
  • Met Commissioner said 'hundreds' of officers are getting away with misconduct 
  • Sir Mark Rowley said he could not rule out possibility of another Wayne Couzens

By Rebecca Camber Crime And Security Editor For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:00 BST, 23 October 2022 | Updated: 22:00 BST, 23 October 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11346439/Hundreds-convicted-criminals-including-sex-offenders-working-police-forces-UK.html

 

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7 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Now this is what I call "taking the piss"...

 

Demolition order for 'home' built on city driveway instead of garage

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From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/demolition-order-home-built-city-25280639

 

When is a garage not a garage? When it's a tiny little house! 🤪

 

Seriously, it might be a nice little 'annexe', but this is why we have planning regulations and why planning permissions are required. If you get permission to build a garage, and then go ahead and build a cosy little house instead, don't be surprised when a situation like this happens.

 

Was probably expecting some bent corrupt councillor to make sure that someone 'looked the other way'...

 

If you own the land and the structure doesn't block anyone elses light or access or anything like that, I don't see why it's anyone's business myself. I know there are laws in place, but if it only comes down to the council being power mad busy bodies then in my view, it's the law that needs changing.

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https://deadline.com/2022/10/robbie-coltrane-cause-of-death-revealed-harry-potter-star-died-1235152745/

 

As a point of interest ...

 

Robbie Coltrane died at the age of 72 following multiple organ failure, according to multiple UK reports. The death certificate of the Harry Potter star also noted he had been suffering from sepsis, lower respiratory tract infection and heart block.

 

Coltrane, who played Hagrid in the fantasy films, had also been diagnosed with obesity and Type 2 diabetes.

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9 hours ago, TetraG said:

 

I (too) heard that loud and clear on the radio just the other day... Has become a big deal & so a catalyst for reform.

 

they have sabotaged every aspect of british society to bring the country to crisis and once everyone is desperate they will then accept the WEF's 'great reset'

 

PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION

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45 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

they have sabotaged every aspect of british society to bring the country to crisis and once everyone is desperate they will then accept the WEF's 'great reset'

 

PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION

 

We the people have our own solution to the reaction of their imposed problem, and a hearty F U to the bandits who would otherwise have ruled us by force, we the people will be happy, and they will own nothing, i like taking stupid slogans and turning it back around on them, :classic_biggrin:

https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/28891-united-free-republics-of-britannia

 

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1 hour ago, numnuts said:

She looks like she is high as a kite. Could this not potentially explain her 'glee'?

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-63376310

 

'Martine Croxall: BBC News presenter being investigated over impartiality.'

 

 

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Most of all these 'MSM darlings' come across as hynotised and i'm certain that they are wearing contact lenses as well to make their eyes seem brighter, have you noticed this as well?

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5G?

What's going on in Fredericksburg? HALF of pupils at Virginia high school are struck down by respiratory bug in mystery outbreak

  • Nearly half of the 2,000 students at Stafford High School were absent Friday
  • The school is suffering an outbreak of a mysterious flu-like illness 
  • Some students have even reported gastrointestinal issues tied to the outbreak
  • Afterschool activities were cancelled until Tuesday this week though will resume

By Mansur Shaheen Deputy Health Editor For Dailymail.Com

Published: 23:37 BST, 24 October 2022 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 24 October 2022

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11350001/HALF-pupils-Virginia-high-school-struck-respiratory-bug-mystery-outbreak.html

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I read this article and thought……… what about those who wear head scarfs/coverings as part of their religion whilst driving. I even saw one having a driving lesson wearing the full head gear! WTF? ….Guess that must not count in this great country of equality……

 

https://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/news/23070898.5-000-fine-driving-gloves-coats-scarves-warning-uk-drivers/

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Dutch authorities identify illegal Chinese police stations operating in the Netherlands

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The Chinese government has set up two illegal “police stations” in the Netherlands that are used to monitor its citizens abroad, according to Dutch media.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/oct/25/dutch-authorities-identify-illegal-chinese-police-/

 

A report by Investigative Journalism Reportika says that China is using Consulates and courts opened as part of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in foreign nations to crush dissent

https://www.opindia.com/2022/10/china-using-consulates-and-courts-in-other-countries-to-suppress-dissent-against-ccp/

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News banners on TalkTV;

 

Halloween fiscal statement delayed as Braverman reappointed backlash 

 

Heathrow passenger numbers will take years to return to "pre-pandemic levels"

 

People looking to make extra cash as costs rise urged to "stay alert for fraud" ... (reminds me of stay safe, stay alert)

 

(One of the reasons you're short of cash is 'cause of legalised fraud / convid fraud)

 

October fiscal statements delayed to November 17th 

 

Barclays jumps ahead of forecasts with £2 billion profits 

 

Officer suspended over alleged rape at police college 

 

And a brief snippet of a climate conversation on the protestors ...

 

Mike Graham; "People who say to me ... that it's a noble cause ... No. They are wasting police resources."

 

Susan Hall; "Yes. 200 police officers ... People I speak to who work with the police locally say they're frustrated because they're never up to the numbers they should be because they're distracted into London." 

 

 

 

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"The international community needs to find a way of stopping it."

 

"I urge my former colleague not to go on strike and walk away from the border"

 

Tony Smith former head of UK border force.

 

(Imagine a strike, an open border, the army etc?)

 

Apparant 'texter' to the show; Why don't we send them to the Falklands instead of Rwanda? It's British and will be further for them to come back. Mike Graham; Very true, we've got to do something

 

This ties in with what appears to be the long term agenda. Break the system, so that it can be 'fixed', then eventually send protestors, or the unvaccinated, or former home owners, or loaf of bread thieves ... away from the UK ... even those criminals sent to Australia, I gather that many of them were simply starving and hungry? But they were always summed up in one word 'criminals'? Even last night on GB News, one guest said

"I think were all going to be sent to Rwanda one day."

 

It was mentioned on TalkTV about the migrant problems in Greece, Italy, and of course the USA, with Mexico "shown in a lot of movies.:

 

Mike Graham "The world of politics is becoming Americanised'

 

We know that, even talk of Eddie Izzard joining, is that right, I don't know yet)

 

Peter Cardwell; Theres a lot of wealthy politicians. Johnson, Starmer, could perhaps be on a beach (slight paraphrasing there)

 

"Rishi Sunak is perhaps incorruptible" (financially) 

 

Jesus wept - or for the love of Pete, or whatever, the f'ing irony? Look how truth is mixed with fiction on these shows. 

 

I even heard the other day that wealthy people must be in it for the love of doing something for society, as they're clearly not in it for the money. 

 

Such training and theatre. Very interesting to see it played out though. 

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A mix of separate soundbites in PMQ's

 

Something about welcoming a Southampton? football supporter into the house 

 

Rishi Sunak ;

 

"Cracking down on criminals" 

"Unlimited immigration"

"15,000 police officers"

"Climate lunatics" (protestors, not the net zero fanatics)

We did it during covid and we will do it again"

"We won't take any lectures on national security"

 

Starmer ; Said separately something about the word "Terrorists"

 

"The tories have crashed the economy"

 

Mp's question / comment about justice for Harry Dunn

Sunak "My thoughts are obviously with the family."

(There's that NWO catchphrase yet again)

 

Remember when it was said that Trump invited both families to the white house, and surprised the Dunn's by announcing that the other family were in the next room? Very strange, bizarre, and intriguing situation? 

... 

 

"Law breaking was the order of the day during the pandemic" ... (true) ... There were "parties" ... oh dear lord here we go again. 

 

The prime minister was "very clear" ... another popular and overused term?

 

 

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Missing Indonesian woman’s body found inside python

https://themalaysianreserve.com/2022/10/26/missing-indonesian-womans-body-found-inside-python/

 

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A 54-year-old woman who had gone missing in a remote village in Jambi province, located on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, has reportedly been found dead in the stomach of a reticulated python which had swallowed her.

 

Maybe her husband murdered her and blamed it on the snake.

 

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Her worried husband searched the area throughout the night and managed to find her sandals, rubber tapping knife, headscarf and jacket.

On Monday morning, her husband and relatives found the seven-metre-long python slithering uncomfortably with a swollen mid-section.

 

 

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Now we've got a new government i need to start again 

 

Buy one thing that stays the same is the green advisor's 

 

Cause what we're living through is a cost of living crisis 

 

We're not ready for electric cars 

 

Howard Cox - Fair Fuel UK

 

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On 10/24/2022 at 8:35 AM, Observations said:

https://deadline.com/2022/10/robbie-coltrane-cause-of-death-revealed-harry-potter-star-died-1235152745/

 

As a point of interest ...

 

Robbie Coltrane died at the age of 72 following multiple organ failure, according to multiple UK reports. The death certificate of the Harry Potter star also noted he had been suffering from sepsis, lower respiratory tract infection and heart block.

 

Coltrane, who played Hagrid in the fantasy films, had also been diagnosed with obesity and Type 2 diabetes.

I quite liked him in Cracker but I never saw the Potter films.

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9 hours ago, Itsa said:

Dutch authorities identify illegal Chinese police stations operating in the Netherlands

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/oct/25/dutch-authorities-identify-illegal-chinese-police-/

 

A report by Investigative Journalism Reportika says that China is using Consulates and courts opened as part of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in foreign nations to crush dissent

https://www.opindia.com/2022/10/china-using-consulates-and-courts-in-other-countries-to-suppress-dissent-against-ccp/

 

Wow, that's truly sinister. 

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1 hour ago, Observations said:

Rishi Sunak reimposes fracking ban in England.

 

They stopped the fracking idea a few years ago and pretended to start it again, all for show. Pulling the strings. 

 

If they were any more theatrical, they'd all be swooping about in costume. But their tactics are so obvious that it's more like pantomime. 

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It ain't the first or last time is it?

 

Quote on childcare experts on tv in the Cameron era ...

 

Kevin O Sullivan;

 

What the hell has it got to do with the government If you put your child on the naughty step?

 

Guest; "It was David Cameron who said about 10 years ago .. Any sensible parent should go go parenting classes, and when asked if he did that ...."

 

"They say parenting is the hardest job in the world ... A lot of talk of Neuroscience ..."

 

"It's a perfect example of where, rather than working it out for themselves straight away parents started talking about the naughty step, which is interesting: you had ONE expert on the telly ... some pseudo science ..."

 

"It would be better for the government to say they trust the parents to make the right decisions."

 

"It's big business as well ... "

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