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- Paul Walter 20th Dec - 7:47am
chris_sh:"do you also think that they should be held as PoWs for the duration of any conflict? " yes. " Will political types be willing...
- Richard 20th Dec - 7:17am
@ John Tilley "This also begs the question — “..Why does the state subsidise crap employers to pay crap wages to people in crap jobs?”,...
- Michael BG 20th Dec - 4:31am
@ Chris White I was disappointed with your response to my idea regarding helping certain groups to afford to attend conference as it would be...
- David-1 20th Dec - 3:43am
The above remarks are quite naïve. Torture is not a means of gaining information from a prisoner; torture is a means of punishing and degrading...
- JohnTilley 20th Dec - 3:32am
Charlie, By 24th June 1944 there were 233,000 casualties and losses in the invasion of Normandy. Some people would say that figure was "immense". http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasion_of_Normandy
- JohnTilley 20th Dec - 3:24am
Hywel ".,,Joe is right to focus on the direction of movement though. Which makes it worrying that this is “southwards” in Sheffield Hallam (even with...