Fox hunting thugs beat up protesters. Police do nothing.

Pride's Purge

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Time to totally ban this barbaric activity once and for all.

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Overstretched police? 19 police cars sent to protect Baronet Sir Philip Naylor-Leyland from fox hunting protesters

Pride's Purge

if you live in Cambridgeshire and found the police too busy to attend your call on the 23rd of December – it’s probably because NINETEEN Cambridgeshire police cars were sent to protect a fox hunt organised by Sir Philip Naylor-Leyland, 4th Baronet.

The police turned up in force and then proceeded to threaten the peaceful anti-hunt protesters with CS spray:

Cambridgeshire police seem to think their job is to protect the wealthy as they go about killing wildlife rather than investigate the robberies, muggings, break-ins and rapes that happen to the rest of us plebs. 

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Full report here:

HIT REPORT 23.12.2017 – FITZWILLIAM HUNT
CASTOR VILLAGE GREEN (from Milton Hall)

* FITZ CHRISTMAS EVE PRESTIGE MEET TOTALLY SABBED
* OVER 40 SABS FROM 9 SEPARATE GROUPS IN 5 VEHICLES
* 19 POLICE VEHICLES RESPONDED TO THE HUNT’S REPORTS OF ‘ACID SPRAYS’. NO ARRESTS MADE…

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The uncouth and uncaring Conservative party’s budget

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After trying to address a rudely interrupting, unhearing, unfeeling, jeering and sneering Conservative party to deliver his response to the budget today, Jeremy Corbyn called the government “uncouth” and “uncaring” in a passionate speech, with barely constrained anger at how Conservatives’ policies are creating hardship and suffering for some of our most vulnerable citizens. A Tory MP had made an inappropriate and ageist comment about Corbyn’s age, while he was addressing the Conservatives’ cuts to social care.

Many of us have also used those words many times over the past seven years to describe a government that has stripped our public services bare, presided over falling and stagnating wages and huge hikes in the cost of living, removed lifeline support from ill and disabled people, stripping them of the means of meeting their basic needs, their independence and dignity, and savagely reducing funding to our local authorities, and essential public services…

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