I’ve been tagged by Tim Goodbody who suggests that I need to write a modern creed in 140 characters (or less).
Tim, have you read the title of this blog recently?
Here goes then:
What is there apart from this, this and this, to witness of knowing him? Why would I choose to say something . . . → Read More: Credo
… cometh the man. Tory Bear has a wonderfully funny piece this afternoon.
When the going gets tough there is only one man who the Conservatives need back at the centre of their team. He’s a man that could strangle you with a cordless phone… A man who doesn’t read books, merely staring at . . . → Read More: Cometh the Hour…
Cranmer sums up the situation over Damian Green very well:
The charge against Damian Green is one of ‘aiding and abetting misconduct in public office’. It is alleged that he received information from a Home Office whistle-blower on the parlous state of affairs within the department, especially pertaining to immigration.
This is a politically-motivated . . . → Read More: Since Parliamentary Privilege No Longer Exists…
Further to the below, Cranmer has some wise words to consider:
Notwithstanding the manifest bias and blatant support for homosexual rights in the Norfolk police (indeed, it is manifest in society generally), it is reported that PC Cogman was ordered not to use the police internal communication system to for personal purposes.
He disobeyed this . . . → Read More: Cranmer on Cogman
Read this story from the Norwich Evening News.
A constable who accused Norfolk police of promoting gay rights over religious beliefs has been sacked from the force for misconduct.
PC Graham Cogman, from Sea Palling, had previously been disciplined after sending e-mails to colleagues quoting biblical texts and sending remarks which were considered offensive to . . . → Read More: When it’s right to sack a Constable