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8 minutes ago, difflock said:

Meh!

Yea, she is a greedy scheming undeserving bitch,

BUT,

 

she was awarded 4.500 pound.. the scheming scumbags are the judiciary and their agents..

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4 hours ago, difflock said:

Tough, if you get ejected by the scruff of the neck, as indeed a man would be manhandled. 

 

Agreed, I wonder if he would have done it if a cornish ex marine had been the protestor

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2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

P.S.

I read an earlier account of this same Court Case, in which the Cyclist was described as a proper "Oik", with accredited online boasts of his reckless cycling prowess as a courier, and his use of a "fixie" is it the fixed wheel bicycle with no front brake etc etc., etc etc. 

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41 minutes ago, openspaceman said:

Agreed, I wonder if he would have done it if a cornish ex marine had been the protestor

Would he f**k, surprised he didn’t have a grope whilst he was at it though, him being a Tory and all😂 

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I still can't get my head around the how the protesters got into a function like that. Invited in by someone who was there legitimately?

 

Or is that dafter than one of Vesp's ideas?

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Just watched the bbc news that had some more detailed insight.

 

She was headed straight for the top table, where the CotE was and the Governor of the BoE. He stopped her reaching the most important people in the room.

 

It’s bullshit, pure and simple.

 

Still, under the bus he’ll go...

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1 hour ago, difflock said:

P.S.

I read an earlier account of this same Court Case, in which the Cyclist was described as a proper "Oik", with accredited online boasts of his reckless cycling prowess as a courier, and his use of a "fixie" is it the fixed wheel bicycle with no front brake etc etc., etc etc. 

If it is the same collision then one may have been in the criminal court and this one a civil claim?

 

My granddad cycled into a lady in the 30s, before my time, and was sued, paying the compensation just about broke the family. My gran, a matriarch, took in lodgers to make up, one of them being my father.

 

PS I have just googled and the case with a fixed wheel bike was different and the lady died.

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