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The people commenting here were all 20 years old when they were born, never cried, never screamed and never ran etc etc.
If its illegal to dress in a certain way why didnt the police do something about it.
Whereever the Europeans go, they demand that society conforms... more
well said John Harte, it is the total opposition to freedom of expression, it degrades and dehumanizes women into objects that need to be wrapped up and... more
Tolerance has its limits everywhere including Dubai and those who considered Dubai a lawless circus were held accountable...so thank you Dubai authorities... more
UK taxes too much and too complicated and time taking and confusing and continuous. Returns, lawyers, HMRC, taxes too much for too little. Not worth the... more
US or UK? I guess we're getting lumped in with America yet again...or do we sound that much different? Maybe exclusion is a compliment.
- Canadian... more
This high moral ground that Mick is talking abt sound very familiar. May I remind Mick that the US & its British ally alone killed over 1 million innocent... more