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Now that Stalin has been removed from office, has anyone noticed the newspaper ads for escorts and massages have started appearing ?

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I live in the Amersham, Bucks area and none of the ads. have reappeared in my local newspapers.

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Not in my part of the country.

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I hardly doubt that the Tories are going to be any more liberal about this kind of thing!

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The coming shortage of public sector job adverts may shortly start to concentrate their minds...

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Oh yes the local papers are alot more fuller than before...:D

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[bordering on OT, but not quite!] When she was younger, HH really was quite appetising. I met her once, when she was NCCL's Legal Officer, and she really seemed attractive and fun. How did it all go wrong?

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[bordering on OT, but not quite!] When she was younger, HH really was quite appetising. I met her once, when she was NCCL's Legal Officer, and she really seemed attractive and fun. How did it all go wrong?

Not OT, just wrong. :)

The Daily Sport continues to carry daily ads for WGs, although I note they have tightened up on the wording allowed. "MILF" is out, for example.

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Now that Stalin has been removed from office, has anyone noticed the newspaper ads for escorts and massages have started appearing ?

What a stupid connection to make !!!

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I too am not sure where this association has been assumed from.....

Basically HH had a meeting with various large media groups and advised if they carried ads which turned out to be for trafficked women then they could be seen to be aiding the trafficking community. It was the newspapers' decision to stop the ads influenced by the then Home Secretary. The only link to GB would be that he was the current Prime Minister at the time. I did hear that dropping of such ads actually made it more difficult for the police to track down possible underground operations.

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In my area the adverts never stopped, the only difference was that there were more restrictions on the actual wording of the ads.

Legally it is obviously a grey area. :)

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What a stupid connection to make !!!

Are you saying you dont understand the connection between Gordon and Stalin ?

On another note the increase in public sector unemployment should force down rates...just imagine it a real nurse....

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hypocrisy Stalin is concerned about phone hacking ?

Were these the same people that wanted to shut down punternet ?

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hypocrisy Stalin is concerned about phone hacking ?

Were these the same people that wanted to shut down punternet ?

Phone hacking?

wasnt this the practive of calling a mobile and typing in the factory default pin for voice mail of 0000 and seeing if it worked.

If peole cant secure their comms properly they deserve all they can get.

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Hypocrisy Stalin is concerned about phone hacking ?

Were these the same people that wanted to shut down punternet ?

And the list of civil liberties and privacy violations is endless (and he has the cheek to ask the police to investigate his privacy breach !

* Terrorism Act 2000

* Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIP) Act 2000

* 2001 Anti-Terrorism Legislation

* 2002 RIP Act Extension

* Suppression of anti-war protestors

* Criminal "Justice" Bill

* Sexual Offences Bill

* Compulsory National Identity Cards

* DNA Database

* 2003 RIP Act Extension

"Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour Party, said the police must properly investigate allegations of phone-hacking by journalists."

Hope these hyprocrite wankers never come to power (excuse the language but I feel very strongly about this)

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Hypocrisy Stalin is concerned about phone hacking ?

Were these the same people that wanted to shut down punternet ?

And the list of civil liberties and privacy violations is endless (and he has the cheek to ask the police to investigate his privacy breach !

* Terrorism Act 2000

* Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIP) Act 2000

* 2001 Anti-Terrorism Legislation

* 2002 RIP Act Extension

* Suppression of anti-war protestors

* Criminal "Justice" Bill

* Sexual Offences Bill

* Compulsory National Identity Cards

* DNA Database

* 2003 RIP Act Extension

"Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour Party, said the police must properly investigate allegations of phone-hacking by journalists."

Hope these hyprocrite wankers never come to power (excuse the language but I feel very strongly about this)

Ah another one who believes that criminals and terrorists must be given as much help as possible by the state. I wonder how you will feel if a loved one is killed in a random terrorist attack. For the security services to succeed they have to get it right every time, for terrorists to succeed they just have to get it right just once. The same regarding crime, be it someone smuggling huge amounts of heroin into the country or a rapist.

Ah another one who believes that criminals and terrorists must be given as much help as possible by the state. I wonder how you will feel if a loved one is killed in a random terrorist attack. For the security services to succeed they have to get it right every time, for terrorists to succeed they just have to get it right just once. The same regarding crime, be it someone smuggling huge amounts of heroin into the country or a rapist.

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I's rather take my chances with the terrorists. They can't get all of us.

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mebbe the goverment hype up the terror threat in order to scare us into accepting all these controls.

seems to me a lot of these terrorists would have trouble setting off a firework on bonfire night.

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mebbe the goverment hype up the terror threat in order to scare us into accepting all these controls.

seems to me a lot of these terrorists would have trouble setting off a firework on bonfire night.

But as soon as anything "goes off", everyone wants to know what was done to prevent it. Funny how in retrospect we want things our way.

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I think this thread is a big fail right from the title - comparing a not that great PM to a dictator who had millions of people killed under his rule, makes perfect sense!

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I think this thread is a big fail right from the title - comparing a not that great PM to a dictator who had millions of people killed under his rule, makes perfect sense!

Time frames are different which allowed Stalin to do what he did. But if you look at the underlying personality, they are the same. Current era they stop protesters from protesting and lock them up. In Stalins time, they would just shoot the lot.

Stalin's purges occurred during an economically disastrous period. One theory posits that Stalin was motivated by a desire to divert attention away from the scarcity of food and supplies by blaming individuals for the state's failings. Instead of the people finding fault with the government (at whose head resided Stalin), the people themselves could be blamed for their own suffering. (Whilst the banking system was failing he was busy devising rules for protesters and terrorism and investing money in ID cards). Besides the economic situation has caused more despair for more people than any act of terrorism has. Im pretty sure the number of suicides as a result of perceived failure (loss of job, financial, marriage break up, losing house) far exceeds any act of terrorism.

Though Stalin ruled with fear, he may have also been expressing his own fears of being overthrown. Brown loved to install fear, but dont worry ID cards will protect us all.

His desire to control who lived and who died may have been part and parcel of this lust for power, or it may have been the most effective way to frighten people into obedience and destroy enemies, or even potential ones. Brown would have installed microchips in all of us given half the chance and intercepted all phone calls and email, which he is now unhappy that it happened to him, what a hypocrite.

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Cheers for that reasoned and logical response.

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