What is the NUT for?

What is the NUT for? Originally posted by Peter Inson at 11:58, April 5 2013 Earlier this week one newspaper asked what the NUT is for. One of its functions seems to be to implement government instructions relating to children who have been entrusted to their care, even when it has condemned these instructions, as it …

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Two killer fathers forced to abandon their children

Two killer fathers forced to abandon their children Originally posted by Peter Inson at 12:22, April 5 2013 Mick Philptt’s conviction yesterday for the manslaughter of six of children was echoed by that of James Cummings, who was also jailed for life, for murder. Both men have fathered 17 chidren. Philpott needed the assistance of five women but …

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Prison sentences – determine by achievment rather than time

Prison sentences – determine by achievment rather than time Originally posted by Peter Inson at 20:06, April 15 2013 Today’s Times – Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has announced plans to raise the good -behaviour threshold for privileges. Why not try something really different. The only privilege to be release, from a more robust regime, once a …

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Thatcher – no Churchill

Thatcher – no Churchill Originally posted by Peter Inson at 08:54, April 17 2013 My aunt has a cigar stubb which her aunt won in a Conservative Association raffle, one of Churchill’s. I cannot for the life of me see anyone  raffling a discarded lip-stick.