Following the outrageous event at Wetherspoons Knights Templar pub in Chancery Lane on Tuesday this week where a blind PTSD suffering and decorated veteran, accompanied by his assistance dog was unceremoniously chucked out for various reasons including “your dog might attack other customers”, “you’re wearing a poppy” and “you look like a Tommy Robinson supporter”, the management even refused a drink of water for the beautiful assistance dog, incensed veteran and champion of PTSD suffering fellow veterans Norman McGuigan made a visit to Wetherspoons Headquarters in Watford to demand answers to the nasty behaviour of one of their flagship pub landlords and at the same time try to get to the bottom of the pub chain’s much maligned policy regarding not serving customers wearing poppies, and their support in general of the annual RBL poppy appeal.
Since 1872 following an act of parliament this sacred part of Hyde Park close to Marble Arch Underground Station has become a world renowned location as the birthplace of free speech. Over the years historic figures such as Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin and George Orwell were known to frequent the area to enjoy the freedom to say whatever they wanted to say, as long as it was within the law.
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The writing was on the wall at the DFLA Sunderland demo in support of the Justice For The Women Campaign with the police set up that caused an unnecessary storm in a teacup., but Saturdays London demo just proved beyond any doubt that the uniform bullies are being directed from above with an agenda to create mayhem that discredits us and labels us racist far right fascists.. Continue reading London demo – Police brutality it’s a reality – writing was on the wall at Sunderland.
PTSD KILLS – LONDON DEMO – The war on veteran suicide starts at home
SATURDAY 20th October 12pm meet at Leicester Square.
March at 1pm to M.O.D. buildings in Whitehall
Peaceful protest to highlight the plight of veterans and epidemic of suicide
Coming home doesn’t mean their war is over, for some veterans it means a new battle begins and for many the invisible injuries can be just as hard to cope with as the physical ones yet they go unnoticed until it is too late. Veteran suicide rates will shock you, more than one every two weeks in the UK. There are 7500 veterans homeless in the UK and since the Falklands war in 1982 we have lost more veterans to suicide than we lost in the Falklands war.
Monday October 16th 2018
A female prisoner who repeatedly started fires in her cells blamed one of them on a non-existent woman, a court heard.
Melanie Shaw, who has been deemed unfit to stand trial, allegedly started four fires in her cells over four months.
The court heard that when the 48-year-old emerged from her single-occupancy cell in the segregation unit of HMP New Hall, she blamed the latest fire on a woman called Lorraine. Continue reading Prisoner Melanie Shaw ‘started four fires in her cells over four months’, court hears
MADRID – Spain’s bishops have set up a commission on child sex abuse in the Catholic Church, in preparation for meeting next year called by Pope Francis to cope with a spreading sexual abuse crisis.
Facing scandals in the United States, Chile, Australia and Germany, among others, Francis has summoned the heads of the national Catholic bishops’ conference to a meeting in the Vatican in February.
The Spanish group, made up of church lawyers, will start work this week to prepare material for the meeting, the national bishops’ conference said in a statement on Tuesday.
Next on the group’s agenda will be updating the protocol on how cases of child sexual abuse are treated and writing new rules to replace the current code, which was established in 2010. Continue reading Spanish bishops create commission to combat child sex abuse
Dear Reverend Howson,
Greetings brother in the name of our one true Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, the way the truth and the light.
On the 15th of September, Saturday, I attended the March for women and children against rape in Sunderland.
I read the article in the Sunderland Echo regards the march and was surprised at the bias it showed against the marchers.
I read on and was even more surprised at your words in the article : Reverend Chris Howson from Sunderland Minster, who was part of the counter demonstration, said: “I’m very disappointed that a number of far-right people marched through our city and tried to cause trouble. There’s no room for these people in our city. I’m glad it’s ended safely.” Continue reading AN OPEN LETTER TO THE REVEREND CHRIS HOWSON: SUNDERLAND MINSTER
Here at the DFLA bunker it is a hive of activity as we gear up for Sunderland on the 15th. I walk into the office and hang up my bowler hat and brolly and sit at my desk. Pigeons are flying in through every window, bringing messages in from far and wide, various admins contacting HQ, Group messages flying to various regions. It’s all go! There is the secret knock on my floor boards. I pull it up, a little furry face looks up at me, it’s Miranda the mole. No words just a nod, and a salute, I am handed a sheet of paper and Miranda goes back out into the field. I sigh. No wonder why, with our messenger pigeons and moles, people claim that the DFLA are up in the air and underground. Continue reading Response to feminist media article targeting DFLA