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basilrobbie

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Guido is somewhat reputable! What an absolutely ridiculous and untrue statement. I'm tempted to say what I really think about the right wing propaganda machine but I've stated often on here that I don't use foul language.
I must say that made me blink in surprise as well. Guido will be mortified.....
 

Archibald Knox

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Teachers aren't supposed to have sex with their pupils, that's standard practice in an educational setting. But guess what? It does occasionally happen. That's not casting any aspersions against anyone but sometimes the 'rules' aren't always adhered to.
Can’t you tell the difference between “standard practice” and a criminal offence ?
 

Lost Seasider

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Hard left? Prof. Sir David King? Tony Blair’s Chief Scientist? Guffaw! 🤣
Maybe not as hard left as some on Indy Sage but lost his job under Boris, anti-Brexit, regular critic of Boris, and that's the best you can come up with?

How about one of the communists instead?


Edit: in fact do we know much about Prof. King's politics at all; the fact that he seems to have picked the members of the panel suggests he might be every bit as hard left as the others.
 
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Recidivist3

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i’ll admit that I haven’t checked out the characters involved beyond King and Pagel but the idea of a hard left scientist group offering to help the government just sounds so laughable. Personally I worry about hard right ice cream van drivers. I watched Assault on Precinct 13. An ice cream van turns up and all hell broke loose 😱😱😱
 

Archibald Knox

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Teachers aren't supposed to have sex with their pupils, that's standard practice in an educational setting. But guess what? It does occasionally happen. That's not casting any aspersions against anyone but sometimes the 'rules' aren't always adhered to.
Can’t you tell the difference between “standard practice” and a criminal offence ?
My point remains the same. You are talking about the consequences.
No, I am talking about the person’s action, as offered by your direct comparison between teaching standards and sexual abuse of school children. Your comparison is ludicrous. And hateful.
 

20togo

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No, I am talking about the person’s action, as offered by your direct comparison between teaching standards and sexual abuse of school children. Your comparison is ludicrous. And hateful.
Nothing hateful at all. It was a general comment to make a point. You were talking about standard practice. Standard practice is laid down by rules and guidelines. I simply stated that it's not always the case that rules and guidelines are followed.
And spare me your sanctimonious claptrap. Cat does nothing but post messages of hate.
 
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Archibald Knox

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So, 20s thinks that sexual abuse of a school child by a teacher is just a case of “not following the rules and guidelines”. Just “sanctimonious claptrap”. That’s warped.
 

20togo

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So, 20s thinks that sexual abuse of a school child by a teacher is just a case of “not following the rules and guidelines”. Just “sanctimonious claptrap”. That’s warped.
Oh do fuck off, you're completely twisting things. Of course, some offences are more serious than others. I was simply highlighting that standard practice isn't always followed.
 

BlackpoolWolves

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Oh do fuck off, you're completely twisting things. Of course, some offences are more serious than others. I was simply highlighting that standard practice isn't always followed.
A rather bizarre and extreme example to pick though 20s...there's a world of difference between "standard practice" and a criminal offence that would lead to being struck off the teaching register and a prison sentence.
 

20togo

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A rather bizarre and extreme example to pick though 20s...there's a world of difference between "standard practice" and a criminal offence that would lead to being struck off the teaching register and a prison sentence.
Yes it was an extreme example, it was just the first thing that came into my head about not following standard practice. I was simply pointing out an example of where rarely on occasions standard practice has not been followed. And I did say about consequences which is what you refer to by not following standard practice. Sorry, I think a mountain out of a molehill is being made here.
 
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