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Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 22, 2017, 07:09:30 PM »
if I read the post correctly, person/s were accused of shoplifting but no evidence  was found ? What happened 'after' is the main issue hifmad has ?

Please correct me if I' wrong.

Hifimad, you have two options here, one is to pursue this with the authorities in order to get the justice you feel should be done.

The other is to drop it and move on with your life even though it must be a bitter pill for you all to swallow.

I can understand your anger and your need to want your claims proven - it's only natural -

but - sometimes the best thing for our well being is to walk away from a situation which will never seemingly be resolved.

This has gone on for a long time and will eventually put so much stress onto your health - take a tip from an old lass and try and put it to rest. x   

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 22, 2017, 08:36:56 AM »
Take it to the Law Society if you haven't already done so.

You are obviously very upset by events and very passionate about injustice done towards you - don't give up x

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 21, 2017, 08:39:46 PM »
thanks, however it is not that the council do not like confrontation as they have created exactly this by engaging in two unlawfull acts on one day and the compounding it by comitting more ulawfull acts in their subseqent cover up, which include assaults, lies, numerous breeches of the data protection act, the town hall represents to me and my abused family a wretched hive of liars criminals and villainy. i will continue my policy of lawful protest and very soon hope to create a page on the internet to spell out all of the wrong doing, what was done and by whom.

Strong accusations hifimad.
Maybe they didn't expect you to pursue your confrontation of them as many wouldn't.

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 21, 2017, 05:09:18 PM »
i know i made a joke of it but it is indicative of the state of the institutions in this country, the most annoying thing to me is that when some politician brings something out that is controversial they will always say that any negative effects will be tempered by "checks and balances" these do not work and i do not think they are meant to work they are put there as a sop to dissenters, i have been in a battle with chesterfield council for the last four years regarding thier illegal acts and the institutions in place to hold them to account are totally inefectual.

Good luck with the council battle hifimad - you'll be lucky to get anywhere, they don't like confrontation. Let us know how you get on

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 21, 2017, 08:25:33 AM »
I forgot about the 'no canteen'  ;)

 (y) I seem to remember having a natter to someone sat on that seat  ::)

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 20, 2017, 07:56:49 AM »
Doubtful you'll upset anyone on here. We're all pretty normal  :D (y)

mmm well maybe we have just got hifimad if we are in fact 'normal'  ;D

Hifimad to answer your post, I know what you are alluding too and they were very naughty, we trust that these people will be sensible but just goes to show we can't really trust anyone can we  ;)

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 19, 2017, 08:51:54 PM »
I'm normal according to Matron ::)

Would that be 'Matron' from the Carry On Films.  ::)

Entertainment / Re: police tv shows
« on: July 19, 2017, 11:09:46 AM »
Doubtful you'll upset anyone on here. We're all pretty normal  :D (y)

Speak for yourself Flybynight I've never be normal ( whatever normal is  :-* ) -  >;  :P ;D

General Discussion / Re: Great Ormond Street Hospital vs Charlie Gard
« on: July 17, 2017, 07:28:43 AM »
Ok I remember the chap being dragged off the aircraft just didn't know it was was them also it appears they lost a dog ?  :-?

What about noisy children - would they lose them  ::) - just asking  :))

General Discussion / Re: Great Ormond Street Hospital vs Charlie Gard
« on: July 16, 2017, 09:21:13 PM »
Let's just say they have had some bad press recently  ::)


General Discussion / Re: Great Ormond Street Hospital vs Charlie Gard
« on: July 16, 2017, 07:26:23 PM »
just to lighten things up a bit, lets hope this american Dr does not use United Airlines to come over here or he might need treatment himself.

Why is there a problem with this airline?

General Discussion / Re: Great Ormond Street Hospital vs Charlie Gard
« on: July 16, 2017, 11:07:04 AM »
Money should never be a factor in any health decisions but it sadly is.

This child reminds me so much of another child I cared for in my work, extremely brain damaged and just lying in a bed or wheelchair for 10 years until they passed away - is that right? Would that child if having the decision to make their selves choose that life?

I too was thinking that if there is no brain activity what is the point?
Is it just for the parents, as they don't want to lose their child?

However if these parents are being told that there is hope even if it's not clear to the extent of recovery isn't it a normal parental wish to give their child every chance?

My own thoughts are now to wait until after this child has been assessed by this Dr from America and then make a decision.

Chesterfield Discussion / Re: Is Chesterfield a drying town?
« on: July 16, 2017, 10:56:21 AM »
Welcome to the forum White Pride.

Yes Chesterfield has lost many of it's original shops as have other towns/cities.
It's a sign of our times where people prefer to use the large shopping centre's or shop online.

Chesterfield Discussion / DCC revised budget
« on: July 14, 2017, 04:59:00 PM »
A surprising proposed change in DCC change in budget - is this because they intend to get rid of some of their 'top brass' ? They say it's a change in priorities ?

An extra £6m to improve roads and a £3m boost to public transport are just two changes being proposed in a revised budget that we're considering.

Following the change in our administration after the May elections, a revised budget for 2017-18 and plans for later years have been drafted to reflect new priorities.

Derbyshire County Council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis said:

"The proposed revised budget would see the authority on target to meet its budget savings in the next five years and allow for a council tax freeze for two years (2020-2021 and 2021-2022).

"There is work to do and we have already identified areas where savings could be made without impacting on service delivery."

The proposed revised budget, to be considered by our Cabinet next week (Thursday 20 July 2017) includes:

allocating an extra £6m for highways maintenance, including resurfacing roads and fixing potholes − resulting in an additional £16.5m being spent over the next five years

putting back £3.1m over two years (2018-2019 and 2019-2020) into public and community transport, reversing a previous budget saving and resulting in an additional £11.9m over the next five years

a planned Council Tax freeze for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 (previously planned as a 2% increase)
additional money from the Government's improved Better Care Fund − an extra £16.2m for 2017-2018 for adult social care services, including supporting people coming out of hospital
reversing a previous budget saving of £79,000 to arts grants and putting in a further £125,000

£1m for 750 Youth Activity Grants, 750 Derbyshire Sport and Community Action Grants and 500 community safety projects, Neighbourhood Watch schemes and anti-fraud initiatives.
The proposed council tax freeze, with additional budget pressures, would mean a £85m savings target for the council over the next five years, which it is on target to meet.

Councillor Barry Lewis said:

"The council's priorities have changed since the May elections and this needs to be reflected in the current budget and the Five Year Financial Plan.

"We know improving the county's roads is a priority for people so we're putting an extra £6m over three years into the highways maintenance budget. More potholes will be fixed faster and more roads can be resurfaced.

"We're also reversing public transport cuts which would have had a huge impact on vulnerable isolated people in rural communities."

Councillor Lewis added:

"The council is on track to achieve the necessary budget savings, and we plan to be able to freeze council tax in three years time.

"We're cutting out waste, putting money back in to services people expect and exploring different ways of doing things.

"We've already reduced allowances for councillors holding Cabinet Member and Cabinet Support Member positions by an average of 12% and we're considering doing without the role of Chief Executive and reducing our top management team to save more than £300,000 per year.

"We're also using some of the council's reserves to ensure that valuable services continue to deliver for the people of Derbyshire."

Cabinet will be asked to consider the report and make recommendations to Full Council to consider on Wednesday 13 September 2017.

Very True hifimad.

They have finally proved to everyone what many of us already knew.
They will do ANYTHING to stay in power - that money was stolen by them from the people of the UK in the name of 'getting the deficit down' -
 My arse!!

With the ( much needed ) money being spent on the unsafe buildings, Brexit and this lump sum the UK may well be near bankrupt!!

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