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Germany crime rate rockets, as cops lose control of streets

Data has been released that 142,500 migrant crimes have been committted in Germany since the beginning of the year.  That is the equivalent of 780 crimes committed by migrants every day, an increase of nearly 40 per cent over 2015. The data includes only those crimes in which a suspect has been caught.merkelimmigrantsGermany has been hit by a spate of horrendous violent crime including rapes, sexual and physical assaults, stabbings, home invasions, robberies, burglaries and drug trafficking. There are now migrant areas where the cops are afraid to go. Continue reading

Cleggie face it – it’s over!

Anyone who believes in Buddhism, Christianity, even astrology, knows that the longer we pursue an aim that is destructive  and harmful to us, we more we will suffer.   How much more pain and unpopularity will be heaped on Nick Clegg, how much more will he have to suffer before he finds the courage within himself to admit the unavoidable truth?   It’s over.

In an article in the Saturday Daily Mail, Chief Political Commentator Patrick Flynn says just that.  In an article headed Somebody should tell Nick Clegg that it’s all over, Patrick says: “….this week something changed. A tipping point was reached. It was demonstrated that Clegg is finished as a political salesman. His brand is trashed beyond repair. Any idea that comes with him attached has little chance of winning public support. In short, he has been rendered useless and will have to go.” Continue reading

Boris and Bob: peace at last?

Any Questions on Radio 4 at 8 pm. this evening was one of the biggest surprises I have had for months.  I have to take off my hat to Bob Crow for the maturity and unselfishness of his response to what seemed to me to be a reaching out towards him by the Mayor.  Actually, it was almost touching. I said to @ToryAardvark before the programme started, with Boris it will be the unexpected.  Nothing was as unexpected as the way things worked out.

My tweets on twitter on the #backboris hashtag fully outline the discussion.  The first question on whether we should push for more no fly zones received Boris’s answer, “Patently, not.”   We should be realistic about our capabilities and he is deeply concerned about the lack of an exit strategy. The Arab States should be given a much bigger say. Continue reading