Wednesday, November 10, 2010

On My LBC Show From 7pm Tonight...

On my LBC show tonight from 7...

7.10pm The student protests: Can violence ever be justified when protesting, and how much should we blame the Police for what happened today?

8pm A third of London libraries face closure: what impact would this have on London?

9pm The LBC Parliament with John Cryer MP, Mary Macleod MP and Mike Tuffrey AM

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strapworld said...


Call for the resignation of the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. He failed his primary duty today. He is in charge. He must go.

As a former Metropolitan Police Officer I am ashamed and disgusted.

Paul Norton said...

Call for the resignation of Aaron Porter (NUS Pres) as he lost control of his demonstration.

Agree the police could have foreseen the violence - some rioters brought flares and ski masks with them - but the police have a tricky line after G20 Protests.

Lauchlan McLean said...

The Met have failed miserably, donkeys lead by Left Wing Commisioners motived by wanting to punish the Government for what they see as cuts to their bloated empire

DespairingLiberal said...

Closing one third of libraries. At the same time, the HMRC have recently agreed to let Vodafone off £6 billion in tax they should have paid.

Perhaps these two facts are related in some way that we poor ordinary people who don't understand economics are simply unable to grasp?

Thorpe said...

@ Paul Norton

Aaron Porter seems hardly to be in charge of his own hairstyle. A bit much to ask him to be in charge of 50,00 demonstrators. He's weak and lily livered.

Agree the rest.