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Old 20-07-2009, 10:40 AM
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Old 20-07-2009, 03:05 PM
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I'm in a pessimistic mood today, I will be back to my usual optimistic self when I am able to ride my bike again.
I went for a ride on Saturday, it hurt like fuck but put a smile back on my ugly mush.

I paid a short visit to a local clubs custom show and it was very well attended by not only the local MCC clubs in the area, but also a few MC clubs. All had a thoroughly enjoyable day chatting with mates, staring in admiration at some bloody gorgeous bikes etc. without one single bit of trouble.

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Old 21-07-2009, 05:59 PM
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ACC Holland's been given the bum's rush according to Midlands Today.....

The old Rotary Club stalwart they dragged on was a star....
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Old 21-07-2009, 06:12 PM
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Old 21-07-2009, 06:21 PM
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Good to see auntie beeb being so even handed...

That might just call for a complaint to ofcom...
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RESULT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PARTY ON THEN.



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Old 22-07-2009, 07:46 AM
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Was never in doubt really, just another case of the old bill wasting tax payers money
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Old 22-07-2009, 09:12 AM
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It's just a shame that that idiot Brunstrom retires, and this Blakey lookalike appears, who seems convinced he knows more about outlaw clubs than i fkin do.
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Old 22-07-2009, 10:29 AM
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Just seen this too ..

http://www.sundaymercury.net/news/mi...6331-24102275/

How much must that have cost to try and drum up a bit of support??? Doesn't say that residents had voiced concerns prior to that being set up.
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Just seen this too ..

http://www.sundaymercury.net/news/mi...6331-24102275/

How much must that have cost to try and drum up a bit of support??? Doesn't say that residents had voiced concerns prior to that being set up.
Oh dear, how fucking sad is that?

I can just imagine that power crazy twat, ACC Holland stood in his office stamping his feet, pulling his hair out, screaming "Why doesn't anybody listen to me? Why does everybody hate me?"

Hey Mr Holland, I can tell you why. Its' 'cos your such a sad little man, with a very small dick and you hope your uniform will get you laid.

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Apparently there was a really good interview with a club member on Radio 5 yesterday morning. Did anyone catch it?
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Old 22-07-2009, 04:18 PM
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Is there anybody here with legal knowledge that can tell me if members of the biking community have just grounds for a formal complaint? I have a feeling that the only way to make these idiots sit up and pay attention is to use the same system they use to abuse and harrass us.

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might be worth making a complaint against him on the grounds of abuse of authority - if he's claiming to have evidence which he doesn't have that would fit nicely - and he ain't going to get promoted whilst a complaint is investigated

these people may be regarded as some as just a bunch of hippies but they are a real thorn in the side of excessive authority...... http://www.liberty-human-rights.org.uk/

if it was my party i'd invite them along to observe plod in action - now that could really wind-up blakey
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And the latest bollox from a bunch of money wasting tossers that if they where in any other job would have been given the sack by now for wasting, time , money etc etc

POLICE say they will be running a “significant” operation at this year’s Bulldog Bash after the controversial festival was given the go-ahead by councillors.

As the Telegraph reported yesterday, Warwickshire Police failed to have the annual Hells Angels event stopped at a licensing review hearing at Stratford District Council.

The event was granted a 10-year licence by the council last May.

The force had called for a review of the festival’s licence amid fears of heightened violence but three local councillors concluded they had been presented with no evidence the event at Long Marston Airfield, near Stratford, was “anything other than a well-managed public event” organised by law-abiding individuals.

Two years ago Hells Angel Gerry Tobin was shot dead on the M40 by men from Coventry and Warwickshire as he travelled home from the festival.

And police told a licensing panel there was a serious risk of trouble breaking out at the event this year.

But the panel of three councillors decided to let the festival go ahead on August 6.

Last year the force says it spent £1.4 million policing the bikers’ festival in south Warwickshire.

Assistant Chief Constable Bill Holland, of Warwickshire Police, said: “Warwickshire Police will still be running a significant operation at this year’s event to ensure the best possible protection is delivered to all those who live, work and travel in the county.


“We will also work hard to ensure local residents and businesses are affected as little as possible by this operation. The force will now carefully consider, with legal advice, our next actions but we will be exploring all possible legal and ethical options available to us.

“I remain of the opinion that Bulldog Bash should not be allowed to take place in Warwickshire. The Hells Angels are recognised as an organised crime group by five forces in the UK and by many police services and some countries internationally.”

A Bulldog Bash spokesman commented: “The Bulldog team are delighted with the review board’s decision to uphold the events licence.

“We were always confident of a positive result and we would again ask the police to work with us and other agencies to ensure a safe successful event as we have done over the past 22 years.”
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And police told a licensing panel there was a serious risk of trouble breaking out at the event this year.
I believe that's what it said last year. And will doubtlessly say next year...
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Old 24-07-2009, 09:19 AM
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Fcking hell have they nowt better to do? Thats bloody spiteful.
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Old 24-07-2009, 09:26 AM
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Vitriolic bollox ( prob spelt wrong)

Yep seems they have nothing better to do,

does the side of their motors read

''To serve protect & waste tax payers money''
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Old 24-07-2009, 11:04 AM
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i still think they'll do something, they've gone too far not to.
as holland heads up the ACPO panel on travellers/gypsies, maybe it'll either come from legislation in that direction, or VOSA roadside fine tooth combs.
hope i'm wrong.
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Old 24-07-2009, 12:20 PM
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I too suspect that they will go down the route of basically ruining everyones weekend, finding fault with every vehicle that they pull and check, that way be able to quote 100% failure rate, illegal blah blah blah, thus trying to get the road safety bunch on board etc
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Old 24-07-2009, 12:36 PM
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Plan your route
although cant see a way of avoiding the


http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=Bull...-8&sa=N&tab=wl

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still no matter what, It'll be the best bike show n party in the Uk for the year, no matter what the old bill try and do

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Old 24-07-2009, 02:08 PM
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Out of interest - does anyone know if there are rules that mean if the queues get to a certain length at Police checkpoints they have to re-open the road due to safety concerns.

I did manage to find this while looking

http://www.hampshire.police.uk/NR/rd...38/0/26213.pdf

Section 5.4 could cause then some annoyance as would everyone asking for their C12 form
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indeed section 5.4 could be great fun, they will be required to respond by post and hence have to mail out the forms, a few thousand people asking for them should be a suitable pain in the ass LOL

although theres some difference in procedure for static and road checks
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I spent ages asking for information of the police services in Wales and Warwickshire last year and posted loads of address and links. I think though that as usual all the arm chair warriors did fuck all again

But here it is AGAIN

Ask them for everything they have. it doesn't cost you ANYTHING, not even a stamp.

They HAVE to reply.

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/

Ask them ANYTHING you want.
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"There will be a strict security operation during a biker festival in Warwickshire, police have said.
Police say they will conduct stop-and-search operations during the festival, from 6 to 10 August.
They also plan to close roads and check number plates.
Assistant Chief Constable Bill Holland said officers wanted to protect people from harm during the gathering."


i wonder what the stats are on injuries caused by loose number plates???
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Ask them .


"The operation will involve some road closures, as we funnel traffic through check points. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but I have been in close consultation with local residents this year in order to minimise disruption to their daily lives."

The force plans to close the following roads throughout the rally:

• Preston Fields Lane, Clifford Chambers, from its junction with the B4632 Campden Road to its junction with the C104 Milcote Road. An alternative route will be available via the B4632 Campden Road and C104 Milcote Road.

• C47 Station Road, Long Marston, from its junction with the B4632 Campden Road to its junction with C46 Mickleton Road. An alternative route will be available via the B4632 Campden Road and C46 Mickleton Road.

• E6993 Middle Barn Lane, Atherstone-on-Stour, from its junction with B4632 Campden Road to Jubilee Cottages (a distance of approximately 1100 metres). An alternative route will be available via the B4632 Campden Road, A3400 Shipston Road and D6511 Atherstone Road.

• Back Lane, Lower Quinton, from its junction with B4632 Campden Road to the village boundary

• C47 Quinton Road, Lower Quinton, from its junction with B4632 Campden Road to its junction with Stilemans Close

• Tailors Lane, Upper Quinton, from its junction with B4632 Campden Road to its junction with Edmunds Close. Alternative routes into Lower Quinton and Upper Quinton will be via B4632 Campden Road, C117 Hidcote Road, C49 Clopton Lane to Mickleton and B4632 Campden Road.
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I think the idea is to get bikers so pissed off that they don't bother next year, once they have cut the numbers down they can close the venue without too much backlash.

Divide and conquer.

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