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Saturday, 18 February 2017

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"I have never been impressed with Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the clown-copper allegedly in charge of the Met Police and surely now is the time to sack him and remove his Knighthood."

That's a bit harsh. Give him a big dose of whatever Port plied his victims with, and leave him in a gay bar. That would send him back to work with a few new insights.

Cressida Dick? A moon of Ur-anus Dick? Seriously?

The proper choice, of course, would have been Tracy.

This woman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick, had a felonious sense of humor.

The first article I have seen by Stephen Daisley was a defence of John Bercow. I was not impressed.

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