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    More News from London 0=D

    A MAN killed his mother, skinned her — then wore her as a “coat” as he directed traffic while reciting Bible extracts.

    The 42-year-old had bludgeoned his mum to death, cut her throat and chopped off her arms.

    Rotterdam Court in Holland was told the unnamed man “sacrificed” his 76-year-old mum to God.

    He is being sent for psychiatric tests

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    STAR Trek hero Patrick Stewart wants to boldly go to ... Coronation Street.

    He is hoping for a role after the success of Lord Of The Rings star Sir Ian McKellen.

    Stewart said of his pal Sir Ian: “I hope he will put a word in for me.”

    Sir Ian, 65 — who appeared with Stewart in the X-Men movies — has been a Corrie hit as rogue novelist Mel Hutchwright.

    The Sun told this week how another sci-fi actor — Star Wars’ Silas Carson, 40 — is also appearing in Corrie as a vet.

    Stewart did tread the Corrie cobbles in 1967 — when he appeared in one episode as a fireman.

    He said: “I was paid £35. I had to wear a helmet that didn’t fit!”

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    TONY BLAIR last night vowed to lead an EU-wide fight against moves to stop people working as long as they like.

    He believes enough new member states will support him to block a 48-hour limit on the working week.

    But he boldly promised to defy ALL of Europe if he fails to win enough support in the Council of Ministers.

    “I have no intention whatsoever of abolishing our opt-out,” he said.

    “We have to have a fundamental debate in Europe on the direction in which we are going to go. We have to consider competition not just from America but from emerging countries like China and India. We simply cannot afford to give up our flexibility.”

    The PM said he would seek support from new EU states like Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic to fight socialist job protection rules.

    He insisted: “We have to mobilise people and governments within Europe and set our faces against this.

    “The idea that job protection and a closed economy is the best way to guarantee businesses surviving is outdated.”

    The PM was responding to Wednesday’s vote by Euro-MPs to stop Britain fixing its own working hours.

    "We believe the vote is wrong and is completely misled,” he said.

    “But we actually believe we have a blocking minority.”

    Mr Blair also promised to hold a referendum on the new EU Constitution — even if France votes NON on May 29.

    He said: “We don’t know what is going to happen in France, but we will have a referendum on the constitution in any event — and that is a government promise.”

    He ruled out joining the euro any time soon.

    “You can’t do it unless the economic conditions are in the right place, and they are not at the moment,” he said.

    “It is difficult to see in the near future how they will come into place.”

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    AMERICA last night called MP George Galloway’s bluff over his alleged Iraqi oil-for-food scam.

    The US Senate Investigative Committee summoned him to answer claims he was allocated vouchers for 20 million barrels of oil by Saddam.

    They dismissed Mr Galloway’s claim he had written to them in a bid to be heard.

    A Senate official said no contact was received from him by any means “including telephone, fax, email, letter, Morse code or carrier pigeon”.

    Committee chief Senator Norm Coleman said: “The evidence is incontrovertible that George Galloway received allocations, and that he financially benefited.”

    The MP accepted the committee’s invitation to meet them next Tuesday.

    His aide said: “Mr Galloway said ‘book the flights, let’s go, let’s give them both barrels’. That’s guns not oil.”

    But last night the Senate had heard nothing. Mr Galloway denies the allegations.

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    A GIRL of eight branded a witch by relatives told yesterday how they zipped her into a laundry bag and plotted to hurl her out of a flat into a canal.

    The youngster said: “They were going to throw me off the third floor. I was curled up in the bag. My feet were cold. I did not have socks on.”

    The girl — brought to the UK from Uganda by an aunt — also described in police interviews screened for a jury how she was beaten, stabbed, kicked and had chilli peppers rubbed in her eyes.

    The aunt, 38, and a woman pal aged 35 deny conspiracy to murder and cruelty.

    Her uncle Sebastian Pinto, 32, and his girlfriend aged 21, both of Stoke Newington, North London, also deny cruelty.

    The Old Bailey trial continues.

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    TONY Blair yesterday declared war on yobs in hooded tops who spread fear on the streets.

    The PM hit out as he BACKED a ban by Kent’s giant Bluewater shopping centre on teens who skulk in chav-style gear.

    Mr Blair blasted parents of louts for the country’s growing yob culture — and agreed “hoodies” and baseball caps had become symbols used by thugs to intimidate the public.

    Vowing tough action, he declared: “People are rightly fed up with street corner and shopping centre thugs — yobbish behaviour sometimes from children as young as ten or 11 whose parents should be looking after them.”

    The PM said: “It is about time people felt safe and in control. Anybody who has ever experienced signs of fear when you are in the street, the sense of intimidation, will feel it has got out of hand.

    “Things can symbolise this. I don’t think there is anything wrong with a shopping centre saying, ‘Sorry, but for thesecurity of people who use this centre, we aren’t going to have this’. I have total sympathy with that and I totally agree with that.”

    Bosses at Bluewater, near Dartford, this week officially outlawed hoody tops, saying anyone wearing gear which obscures the face — allowing them to hide from spy cameras — will be thrown out.

    The move follows a ban in Leicester by pub chain Barracuda on chav customers wearing Burberry clothes and other designer labels.

    The fashion has also been outlawed in pubs and clubs in Cardiff and Blackburn.

    Mr Blair said that during the election campaign people had repeatedly told him of their fears over yob culture and “loss of respect.”

    He said: “I’m determined to make this a central piece of our third term agenda.

    There are deep-seated causes of this, that are to do with family life in the way that parents regard their responsibilities to their children.

    “In the way that some kids grow up generation to generation without proper parenting, without a proper sense of discipline within the family.”

    He went on: “I want to send a very clear signal from Parliament, not just the Government, that this type of disrespect and yobbish behaviour will not be tolerated any more. People need to know they can’t get away with it.”

    He also slammed binge-drinking for making town centres “no-go areas for respectable citizens.”

    And he vowed not to ignore “low-level graffiti, vandalism and disorder”.

    Mr Blair said it was “a very small minority that makes the law-abiding majority afraid and angry.”

    But his attack on yob clothing was last night scoffed at by Richard Garside, director of the Crime and Society Foundation — who likened it to an edition of TV’s What Not To Wear.

    He sneered: “I look forward to hearing of the appointment of Trinny and Susannah as Mr Blair’s special advisers on crime and fashion.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadler
    A MAN killed his mother, skinned her — then wore her as a “coat” as he directed traffic while reciting Bible extracts.

    The 42-year-old had bludgeoned his mum to death, cut her throat and chopped off her arms.

    Rotterdam Court in Holland was told the unnamed man “sacrificed” his 76-year-old mum to God.

    He is being sent for psychiatric tests
    wtf.... this Guy should get Stabed to Death.

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    I hate england... and all the looneys that live in it. EVERYONE WITH ME?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster
    I hate england... and all the looneys that live in it. EVERYONE WITH ME?!

    lujan is gonna Break his FOot up your Arz for saying that lol.

    Galka Foot ouch....

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    Rotterdam

    It was in Holland you American fag Ondori.... whoops I forgot you only know Texas and Japanese exist.

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    lmao

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    whoops I forgot you only know Texas and Japanese exist.
    yeah, i know... i'm from Dallas( which is like the 5th largest city in the US now), but i do like to spend time in Beautiful Japanese , Japan people are so nice too....


    omg lujan, go back to school... you are embarrasing BG again^^ hahahaha

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    This thread has high levels of BOVRIL in it.

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    I ACTUALLY forgot 2 say Texans.... gawd your suck, fag.

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    Hey Lujan I'm in Ireland, we should go out drinkin' some time

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    The irish... ohhh the irish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erza
    Hey Lujan I'm in Ireland, we should go out drinkin' some time
    http://img175.echo.cx/img175/1840/saddog8rm.jpg

    Sept might get jealous

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    wtf

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    >_>

    Damn.

    I live in Holland

    =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster
    yeah, i know... i'm from Dallas( which is like the 5th largest city in the US now)
    Actually, Ondori, you're no where near Houston. Even San Antonio is larger then Dallas. The correct order for largest cities in the US are as follows:

    New York City
    Los Angeles
    Chicago
    Houston
    Philadelphia
    Pheniox
    San Diego
    San Antonio
    Dallas
    Detroit

    And that top 5 has been that way for 15 years now :3 Go back to school Ondori. X)

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    PWNED? lol

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    Sept might get jealous
    fuck it he can come too..

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    Ondori knocking on someone's grammar.. speechless.

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    lujan...wow...you actually watch the news here? rofflecopter

    i don't know what's going on outside my house half the time =X

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