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Seems the NOTW have been implicated in hiding e-mails from the Sheriden defence team; e-mails according to the defence that would have resulted in a different verdict.

The e-mails have been found. Could Tommy be back on the sunbeds sooner than we think?

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Seems the NOTW have been implicated in hiding e-mails from the Sheriden defence team; e-mails according to the defence that would have resulted in a different verdict.

The e-mails have been found. Could Tommy be back on the sunbeds sooner than we think?

Maybe arrange some sort of transfer with NOTW personnel. Tommy is likely less dodgy than most of them.

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Gawd, does this stuff never go away ? .... :lol:

It reminds me of the old adage..... folk who lie with dogs get fleas. Most of them sound hideous and thoroughly deserving of each other. :D

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Tommy is keeping busy with his blog in jail:

He's hoping to be home soon and sees plenty of work to be done. In the meantime he's busy handing out information to Mr Salmond:

"The Westminster agenda of brutal cuts has to be opposed.

The independence referendum has to be delivered.

And the steps to de-commission the barbaric, illegal and immoral nuclear weapons base at Faslane has to proceed immediately.

Instead of billions being wasted on useless weapons of mass destruction that would destroy our planet if ever used, we have to divert these resources into socially useful jobs and protection and expansion of public services.

With an overall majority the SNP has to now stand up & deliver.

They must announce that Faslane and the horrible carbuncle on the Scottish environment that these monstrous nuclear weapons represent must be removed within the next five years.

Scotland appears now to be a Scottish National Party supporting country. That means Scotland must become nuclear weapons free, council tax free, privatisation of public services free, and as a small nation, free.

It’s an exciting time."

http://tommysheridan.wordpress.com/

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Should he no be sewing mailbags, clearing litter or scrubbing graffiti off toilet walls? Blogging from your prison cell - whatever next? :rolleyes:

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Should he no be sewing mailbags, clearing litter or scrubbing graffiti off toilet walls? Blogging from your prison cell - whatever next? :rolleyes:

Looks like he's going to be staying put for the time being:

"The BBC understands that Tommy Sheridan's appeal against his perjury conviction has been refused.

It is thought that judges at the Court of Criminal Appeal have said his case was "unarguable".

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-14412354

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...................

It’s an exciting time."

http://tommysheridan.wordpress.com/

I can't imagine Tonmmy wrote that. It's coherent, well spelled and reasonably punctuated.

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I can't imagine Tonmmy wrote that. It's coherent, well spelled and reasonably punctuated.

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh first rule of the internet, if you are going to be critical of someone's spelling make sure you spell everything correctly.

Its 'Tommy' :D

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Oooh,. that was too good to pass over, Pat.... :lol:

Does anyone under the age of 40 actually care about Tommy Sheridan? He seems well past his bore by date to me. Surely to goodness there are other up and coming socialists that actually deserve coverage?

Personally, I'd like to see Tommy Sheridan, his Misses and George Galloway shipped off to the Costs never to be heard of again. Their glory days are well and truly over and I think they would fit in well with the weird, British, ex-pat vibe thing they have going on over there.

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Oooh,. that was too good to pass over, Pat.... :lol:

Does anyone under the age of 40 actually care about Tommy Sheridan? He seems well past his bore by date to me. Surely to goodness there are other up and coming socialists that actually deserve coverage?

Personally, I'd like to see Tommy Sheridan, his Misses and George Galloway shipped off to the Costs never to be heard of again. Their glory days are well and truly over and I think they would fit in well with the weird, British, ex-pat vibe thing they have going on over there.

I care, Tommy had promised to support my membership of a nice select club in Manchester

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George Galloway has still quite a bit to say to effete southerners. It's unfortunate that he did not get into the Scottish parliament to bust the balloon that's a pal of Brain Souter, Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch.

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George Galloway has still quite a bit to say to effete southerners. It's unfortunate that he did not get into the Scottish parliament to bust the balloon that's a pal of Brain Souter, Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch.

.........because there's no labour party msps who can get near him...........

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George Galloway has still quite a bit to say to effete southerners. It's unfortunate that he did not get into the Scottish parliament to bust the balloon that's a pal of Brain Souter, Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch.

Well. he must be saying something a damn sight more intersting in Scotland than most of the stuff he came out with in London's East End, but mayhe shines when he's with his ain folk. Personally, I think his arrogance far outweights his ability.

PS: Not many Southern effete in London's East End, Dex.

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Oooh,. that was too good to pass over, Pat.... :lol:

Does anyone under the age of 40 actually care about Tommy Sheridan? He seems well past his bore by date to me. Surely to goodness there are other up and coming socialists that actually deserve coverage?

Personally, I'd like to see Tommy Sheridan, his Misses and George Galloway shipped off to the Costs never to be heard of again. Their glory days are well and truly over and I think they would fit in well with the weird, British, ex-pat vibe thing they have going on over there.

Definitely what's needed, harper, but nobody making an impact so far as I can see. Although, I would love to be corrected. :)

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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh first rule of the internet, if you are going to be critical of someone's spelling make sure you spell everything correctly.

Its 'Tommy' :D

The second rule of the internet is that miss-hitting an adjacent key is deemed to be typo - not a spelling mistake.

The third rule is that if you eff-all useful to contribute you'd be better off spending the time changing your Tena Lady.

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Oooh,. that was too good to pass over, Pat.... :lol:

Does anyone under the age of 40 actually care about Tommy Sheridan? He seems well past his bore by date to me. Surely to goodness there are other up and coming socialists that actually deserve coverage?

Personally, I'd like to see Tommy Sheridan, his Misses and George Galloway shipped off to the Costs never to be heard of again. Their glory days are well and truly over and I think they would fit in well with the weird, British, ex-pat vibe thing they have going on over there.

Herr Sheridan has 'Misses'? D'ye mean Mrs or are you dragging his daughter into this?

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The second rule of the internet is that miss-hitting an adjacent key is deemed to be typo - not a spelling mistake.

The third rule is that if you eff-all useful to contribute you'd be better off spending the time changing your Tena Lady.

The first rule is take a joke. You've got to see the funny side of this:

I can't imagine Tonmmy wrote that. It's coherent, well spelled and reasonably punctuated.

I think we know it's a typo.

And so much Tena talk, G12bloke. So ageist! - but no doubt samsc, the youngster, will be amused. :lol:

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Well. he must be saying something a damn sight more intersting in Scotland than most of the stuff he came out with in London's East End, but mayhe shines when he's with his ain folk. Personally, I think his arrogance far outweights his ability.

PS: Not many Southern effete in London's East End, Dex.

Evidence please as regard your thoughts on London's east end. I admire Daily Mail readers who come on here and post their air head thoughts. Like Oonah King they don't expect to be challenged and found out. His arrogance with the senate sub committee proved to be correct.

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Herr Sheridan has 'Misses'? D'ye mean Mrs or are you dragging his daughter into this?

Oh, I do beg your pardon, I thought Misses was the Glasgow Mrs but happen to stand corrected, G12Bloke. :lol:

As for dragging weans into this, I wasn't aware their daughter had been seeking public attention or that she had tried to enter politics for that matter, so why would I?

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The second rule of the internet is that miss-hitting an adjacent key is deemed to be typo - not a spelling mistake.

The third rule is that if you eff-all useful to contribute you'd be better off spending the time changing your Tena Lady.

:lol: wee-wee jokes.

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G12Bloke's post is touchy on so many levels, Sam. I am not going there. :lol:

Interesting to note product awareness and knowledge tho' ... Seems to be having gender ishoos too. :lol:

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Evidence please as regard your thoughts on London's east end. I admire Daily Mail readers who come on here and post their air head thoughts. Like Oonah King they don't expect to be challenged and found out. His arrogance with the senate sub committee proved to be correct.

Jings, Dex, you'll be asking me to put my workings in the margins next. :lol: I couldn't possibly do justice to London's East End so here, start with Wiki and progress as your interest takes you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_End_of_London

Gallowway lost his seat in Bow because it was felt he wasn't committed enough to serve local issues, a view that was strong enough not to return him to his seat in the election. It seems that arrogance, even when justified in some eyes, is less of an assest than application to the job.. Galloway seems more suited to an international platform, than local politics and his record and interests supports this, Personally, I think he is probably more effective as a political commentator and journalist, than a politician. I also think he quite enjoys being a maverick and I am not sure this is consistent with being a good party politician.

I am reluctant to bring Oonah King into the debate as this seems to far a reach from the original question. My view still stands, I don't think Sheridan will "ride again" in any political sense. I don't think Galloway will reach the political heights he could have and perhaps deserved to and in both cases, for reasons largely of their own making.

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Jings, Dex, you'll be asking me to put my workings in the margins next. :lol: I couldn't possibly do justice to London's East End so here, start with Wiki and progress as your interest takes you.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_End_of_London

Gallowway lost his seat in Bow because it was felt he wasn't committed enough to serve local issues, a view that was strong enough not to return him to his seat in the election. It seems that arrogance, even when justified in some eyes, is less of an assest than application to the job.. Galloway seems more suited to an international platform, than local politics and his record and interests supports this, Personally, I think he is probably more effective as a political commentator and journalist, than a politician. I also think he quite enjoys being a maverick and I am not sure this is consistent with being a good party politician.

I am reluctant to bring Oonah King into the debate as this seems to far a reach from the original question. My view still stands, I don't think Sheridan will "ride again" in any political sense. I don't think Galloway will reach the political heights he could have and perhaps deserved to and in both cases, for reasons largely of their own making.

I think that with regard to both Sheridan and Galloway that egos got in the way of vision. And whatever were they doing on Big Brother? That cat purring image was beyond embarrassing. Certainly not going to help on any platform, international or otherwise.

Foolish men. Sad for them and sad for Scotland.

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Pat, I really wish you had not posted the Galloway cat thing. I really didn't want that image in my head ever again....:lol:

Actually, as far as his constituents are concerned, that was a very bad move... well, that along with his appalling record of voting in the House.

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