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  • MP Early Day Motions : Hearing Aid Services
    activities notes evidence that delaying the use of hearing aids until the onset of severe hearing loss can lead to poorer outcomes and difficulty adapting to the use of hearing aids further notes studies linking hearing loss with depression if left untreated welcomes recent public consultations which show strong opposition to the proposed cuts and subsequent decisions by a number of CCGs to delay the plans pending the publication of the national report of the Hearing Loss Commissioning Guidance Advisory Group in April 2016 and urges all CCGs to maintain hearing aid services and explore alternative cost saving options Parliamentary Early Day Motion http www edms org uk 2015 16 1088 htm Please feel free to comment on the Early Day Motion below Crown Copyright All rights reserved Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved Leave a reply to MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Popular Articles Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection Wild Animals In Circuses Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance MP Early Day Motions HS2 Compensation Scheme Badger Culls Disability Living Allowance Offender Learning State Pension Age For Women Service Of The Late Miss Eileen Nearne Mbe Basic State Pension And The Link With Earnings Latest Politics MP Early Day Motions 50th Anniversary Of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland MP Early Day Motions Dadi Janki MP Early Day Motions UK Foreign Policy On The Death Penalty MP Early Day Motions Local Government Funding In The North East MP Early Day Motions Safer Internet Day Campaign MP Early Day Motions Brain Tumour Research MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest MP Early Day Motions Nuclear Weapon Free World UK General Election VAT locked

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  • MP Early Day Motions : The NHS Bursary
    http www edms org uk 2015 16 1081 htm Please feel free to comment on the Early Day Motion below Crown Copyright All rights reserved Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved Leave a reply to MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Popular Articles Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection Wild Animals In Circuses Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance MP Early Day Motions HS2 Compensation Scheme Badger Culls Disability Living Allowance Offender Learning State Pension Age For Women Service Of The Late Miss Eileen Nearne Mbe Basic State Pension And The Link With Earnings Latest Politics MP Early Day Motions 50th Anniversary Of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland MP Early Day Motions Dadi Janki MP Early Day Motions UK Foreign Policy On The Death Penalty MP Early Day Motions Local Government Funding In The North East MP Early Day Motions Safer Internet Day Campaign MP Early Day Motions Brain Tumour Research MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest MP Early Day Motions Nuclear Weapon Free World UK General Election VAT locked Jeremy Clarkson Dropped

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  • MP Early Day Motions : Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest
    football outcomes being entirely determined by money and economic interest Parliamentary Early Day Motion http www edms org uk 2015 16 1080 htm Please feel free to comment on the Early Day Motion below Crown Copyright All rights reserved Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved Leave a reply to MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Popular Articles Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection Wild Animals In Circuses Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance MP Early Day Motions HS2 Compensation Scheme Badger Culls Disability Living Allowance Offender Learning State Pension Age For Women Service Of The Late Miss Eileen Nearne Mbe Basic State Pension And The Link With Earnings Latest Politics MP Early Day Motions 50th Anniversary Of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland MP Early Day Motions Dadi Janki MP Early Day Motions UK Foreign Policy On The Death Penalty MP Early Day Motions Local Government Funding In The North East MP Early Day Motions Safer Internet Day Campaign MP Early Day Motions Brain Tumour Research MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest MP

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  • MP Early Day Motions : Nuclear Weapon-Free World
    Day Motion http www edms org uk 2015 16 1086 htm Please feel free to comment on the Early Day Motion below Crown Copyright All rights reserved Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved Leave a reply to MP Early Day Motions Nuclear Weapon Free World Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Popular Articles Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection Wild Animals In Circuses Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance MP Early Day Motions HS2 Compensation Scheme Badger Culls Disability Living Allowance Offender Learning State Pension Age For Women Service Of The Late Miss Eileen Nearne Mbe Basic State Pension And The Link With Earnings Latest Politics MP Early Day Motions 50th Anniversary Of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland MP Early Day Motions Dadi Janki MP Early Day Motions UK Foreign Policy On The Death Penalty MP Early Day Motions Local Government Funding In The North East MP Early Day Motions Safer Internet Day Campaign MP Early Day Motions Brain Tumour Research MP Early Day Motions Hearing Aid Services MP Early Day Motions The NHS Bursary MP Early Day Motions Liverpool Fans Ticket Protest MP Early Day Motions Nuclear Weapon Free World UK General Election VAT locked

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  • UK Party Political News » Page 2
    MP Early Day Motions Proposed Closure And Franchising Of Crown Post Offices Posted on February 4 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House notes the importance of Crown Post Office services to the communities they serve further notes the economic benefits that the Crown Post Office brings to city centres and high streets regrets that Post Office Ltd has proposed the clos Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Proposed Closure And Franchising Of Crown Post Offices MP Early Day Motions Girlguiding Ayrshire North Big Lottery Fund Award Posted on February 4 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House congratulates Girlguiding Ayrshire North on being awarded  10 000 from the Big Lottery Fund in January 2016 as part of the Awards for All Scotland grant programme commends the work of the Big Lottery Fund which supports smaller organisations in securing funding for a variety of projects and improvements including assisted learning enhancing local spaces and bringing communities together recognises that Girlguiding is the largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women in the UK with over 58 000 members in Scotland alone and offers opportunities for girls to participate in a variety of activities to learn essential life skills and to make friends and build positive relationships and is delighted to learn that Girlguiding Ayrshire North will be using the funds to construct a cycle path at their local campsite Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Girlguiding Ayrshire North Big Lottery Fund Award MP Early Day Motions Protecting Iraqi Civilians Posted on February 4 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House notes with concern the plight of displaced people in Iraq further notes the Amnesty International report Banished and Dispossessed Forced Displacement and Deliberate Destruction in Northern lraq and the UN Report on the Protection o Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Protecting Iraqi Civilians MP Early Day Motions Promoting Positive Behaviour Between Boys And Girls Posted on February 4 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House congratulates Action Scotland Against Stalking on gaining an Awards for All grant of  8 478 from the Big Lottery Fund appreciates that this funding will be used to carry out a schools based project which will promote respectful positive behaviours between boys and girls using football and futsal activities as a means to attract participants acknowledges the importance of undertaking primary prevention work with children and young people to challenge and reduce tolerance of violence against women recognises the benefits of using sport as a means to encourage respect for others and commends Action Scotland Against Stalking for its work in changing the way people look at the issue of stalking Continue Reading MP Early Day Motions Promoting Positive Behaviour Between Boys And Girls MP Early Day Motions Humanitarian Situation In South Eastern Turkey Posted on February 3 2016 in Parliament Early Day Motions That this House notes the ongoing conflict in South Eastern Turkey further notes with concern reports of civilian deaths and

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  • Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection
    to Comment Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection Conrad Asquith Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection August 14th 2010 at 12 38 i ask if anyone committed the same sentence after July 2008 CJA they couldnt recieve IPP for under 2 year tariff than an ipp that got sentenced between April 2005 July 2008 which means they would recieve a normal 4 year setence for same crime and yet be releases after half way piont in 2012 yet i recieved an 18 month tariff which ended sep 2008 only had first parole in Jan 2010 i would still be wating for secound parope reveiw LONG DELAYS just as the person that committed eaxact same of offence August 2010 walking free That isnt British Justice we used too lead the world in Justice pre 2005 CJA 2003 lets go back and review ipp sentence or release after serving full sentence on a 10 year licence risk of being recalled for upto 2 years and thats without any other offence being committed you now get recalled for just missing 1 appointment at probation with all the parople delays its 2 years before your case will be decided think about a 2 year prison sentence for missing up dates your due at appointment 97 ipp have already been recalled for falling to abide by licence condiction and NOT for committing any other crime thats not justice please support iip inmates in any way you can just by telling other people about ipp word of mouth helps public knowledge helps Reply to Comment Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection rosie cash Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 14th 2010 at 18 33 lets get a march for the prisons thay march for ever thing els so come and chat to me on face book thanks Reply to Comment rosie cash Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 20th 2010 at 18 32 yes rosie i think you are right money should be spent on the poor and homeless for god sake some one of the goverment do something about this silly ipp sentces give the prisons a chance to prove them self i cant see how the prole bord is dealing with this ipp there must be some thing dune Reply to Comment Conrad asquith Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection August 1st 2010 at 11 12 I am a serving inmate with IPP i recieved a 18 month tarrif which expired Sep 2008 i have fully completed every course sentence plan objectives and had my first parole hearing in Jan 2010 a delay of 17 months after it was due even with 100 prison file completed all accredited programs and all 3 recomendation for release by life department psychology offender manager all recommended release yet the parole board over ruled that and i recieced a 18 month knock back so even IPP with 100 are still getting refused release i have progressed onto cat D yet could serve anoth 2 4 years on top of the 4 years i have already served for a sentence that carried a 4 year for original offenc Sentercing guildline council because i commited offence in 2006 it carried IPP yet if i committed same offence after Oct 2008 i couldnt recieve IPP which meens that anyone that commitetted exact same offence as me would recieve a 4 year normal sentence and will be release after 2 years on licence for 2 years yet i will of done 5 years or more plus on licence for 10 years recalled indefernitly with all the delays with parple hearing no set hearing date there is 6000 lifers all due parole hearing in 2010 yet the parole board can only deal with a max 1200 hearing which is causing long delays it cant cope with so many IPP in the system which is unlawful knowing dealays are a clear breach of European law yet its been going on since 2007 and will still happen until change in law i recommend relese on tarriff on 10 years licence without parole process i recieved IPP for first speicified offence under section 224 without previours conviction there need a change of policy cost 48 000 Grand to keep one IPP in prison a year over tariff there is over 13000 lifes IPP thats more that every European county put together which says it all European poplation 400 million yet less life than England something is wrong with sentencing policy IPP suside has increasd with IPP in prison and a report out says 5 out of 10 IPP was on medication before offence are we locking away the mental ill sentence policy lock them away and throw away the key Reply to Comment Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection rosie cash Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection November 9th 2010 at 18 11 well ever one lets see how good and far david cameron is going to be for the prisons i just hope that he as a hart he looks like a fair man i do wish we could all do a march up london for the poor prisons cos it just mite help find me on face book please lets do some thing about this ill thought out sentences Reply to Comment robie alam Comment on hi June 12th 2011 at 00 28 hi how do i go about of getting a solicitor to re look into a case where a ipp was made but no one has actually made a formal stand Reply to Comment Michael Comment on Cost to tax payers December 1st 2011 at 18 28 Cost to tax payers I ask how much money is IPP costing this country and tax payers With the number of Shortterm IPP sentences been handed out I can only see this failed system costing more money not to mention the extra cost supporting prisoners childten and families Life means life but surely 2 years should mean 2 yrs Reply to Comment ritalister Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection September 23rd 2010 at 02 10 my son is serving an ipp sentence its been a very emotional time for me and him as he was on suicide watch several times feeling of no hope this sentence is one of mental torture as theres no date for release its barbaric and unjust to keep anyone like this Reply to Comment veronica collyer Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection November 2nd 2010 at 16 32 I agree with you my son was given an IPP in 2007 has tried to get on most of the courses but has had knock backs due to the demand and moving to different prisons where it all has to start over again he had many dark days in the beginning it is barbaric to treat a person in this way all prisoners must have a target date it gives them a reason to change their ways Reply to Comment sima khan Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 14th 2010 at 10 00 My partner was given a 18 month tariff on ipp in 2005 and he has now served just over 5 years His last parole hearing was in Nov 2007 and he has now completed the offending behaviour course We have had a nightmare with this sentence especially because my partner had to wait to get on the relevant course which took three years as he was on a waiting list This sentence is the worst thing that could happen to anyone because its not just the offender who suffers but the whole family suffers The prisons psychologists probation and espcially the parole board do not care about anything because they think you committed the offence now deal with it The parole board do not listen to any positive information you teke to the hearings its like they are deaf They are so risk averse they are not giving anyone a chance to move on in thier lives Are we not humans do we not have a life or feelings I cannot belive Britain has come to such a point that the unfair position of so many ipp subjects is just ignored and nobody is doing anything because they do not want to upset the public Labour are the worst thing to happen to this country and Ipp is there dumb and not thought of sentence I really hope all IPP prisoners and their families get some hope and positive news wirh regards to the review of this sentence I really hope they take the decision of abolishing this terrible sentence and this nightmare ends for all of us Please help us please do something Reply to Comment Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection rosie cash Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 14th 2010 at 18 28 i know how you fill but i think we should get a march going to let people know that are in prison that the publice are not all going to try and keep the men in prison beoned there tarrif so please write back to me on face book rasie cash is my name or my friends name on face book is pip price get back to me thank you x Reply to Comment rosie cash Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 14th 2010 at 18 24 please let the people see the way the famileys are hurt be such a ipp sentces it has mad me so bad to see my brother in prison and dont know when he will come home to his two little girls some one have a hart for these people in prison and the famileys lefted on the out side how can the prole bord make the chose of some ones life with out knowing them or even trying to get to know them you cant juge some one in 60 to 90 minits cos that how long the prole people take to review some one Reply to Comment Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection sima khan Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 15th 2010 at 11 58 Thank you for your response so far Please could someone advise I keep on hearing different information One minute i hear that they will review the IPP and next minute they say any changes wont affect the ipp prisoners who are already subject to it I dont understand what is going on Is there anybody with concrete information on what is going to happen with IPPS s will they be reviewed and and is there a chance that changes will be made Also if these changes are made will people like my partner be in the criteria to have any difference made to him and his case I just wish someone would be able to give me some information and advice around this so i know what is going on My partners solicitor is saying the new changes might not even make a difrence to my partner He also said that he may have completed his course but it depends what his reports say and they could ask for more courses to be completed despite him bing 4 years over his tariff Apparantly if the parole board dont feel his risk is totally decreased then they will want him to complete the other courses in custody despite the non availability of courses and years of waiting lists What are you suppose to do with this situation Yes your right how can you get to know someone in 60 min interview or even less Even probation dont give accuaret reports and information they need to be challenged too just to make sure they dont cut and paste previous reports because they are too busy to update information its not there relative so why would they care I know my partner committed an offence but this situation is just getting harder by the day The professionals will make thier minds up and give a decision and disappear for another few years not looking back or thinking twice about our lives I really really hope this review brings some good news for all of us whose lives are on hold and are suffering due to somebodys misconception of such a pathetic sentence Reply to Comment Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection Sheila Comment on comment on MP Early Day Motions Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection May 20th 2011 at 14 35 comment on MP Early Day Motions Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection My son received an IPP sentence of 18 months and will have served 6 years in October The judge at the time of sentencing said had he given him a Mandatory sentence it would have been 3 years My son has served the equivalent of a 12 year mandatory sentence and as yet no hope of being released any time soon his parole hearing is in November 2011 but the course he is supposed to complete is not until 2012 and he may not be given a place on this due to demand My son has completed numerous courses over the years including life skills and educational ones to keep occupied and has had no judicial reviews in other words he has done everything he can to reduce his offending behaviour However the constant changing of the goal post for example 4 years ago his probation officer and other professionals assessed that he did not need to complete the course he is now waiting for but his probation officer left her post 2 years ago and a new probation officer decided he did need to complete this course After moving to his 6th prison around 18 months ago he asked to be placed on the course and was informed that he could not be assessed for the next available course because the course was a 3 month low risk one and he needed to be assessed for the 6 month higher risk course which was not available until March 2011 however in March 2011 he was assessed for the 6 month higher risk course and was informed he was not suitable for it but would need to wait until 2012 for the next 3 month lower risk course He will have to wait another 2 years for a parole hearing even if he is allowed to complete the 3 month course Even then now that his new probation officer has left her job who knows what the next one will have to say or what goals he she will set No new reports have been prepared for his November parole because the work he is doing and his conduct is irrelevant to the parole hearing without the completion of the course so the same old rehashed reports go forward and my son would have served the equivalent of a 14 year mandatory sentence by the time he is eligible for parole again even then he will not be released because the structure of the IPP means he will have to serve more time in an open prison before release For those of you who do not know my understanding is that an IPP prisoner begins his her sentence in a category A prison regardless of the crime or risk of re offending is then transferred to category B then category C then category D open prison The courses are only available in a few prisons so IPPs get moved around or exchanged one prisoner for another so they may attend many category A B or C prisons on their way to finding one that provides a course suitable for them and not necessarily in the order of A B or C most prisons that provide courses provide 1 2 of a particular course per year depending on resources Parole is every 2 years but can be anything up to 4 years depending on resources parole can be postponed 3 12 months because reports have not been completed The majority of courses have a 1 3 year waiting list Completion of courses does not mean your loved one will be released as the goal post may change depending on the whim of the professional non professional who writes the reports and moves the goal post It makes no difference they have had no dealings with your loved one may have met them once for 20 mins or less or have never met them at all It makes no difference either that the prison staff personal officers have a different opinion Your loved one can complete every life skill course educational program course that a prison provides but if they have not completed the course courses in their report assessment then they are deemed not to have reduced their risk of re offending and more often than not the courses they have completed will not be mentioned in the report to the parole board and lastly and IPP sentence is a life sentence of 99 years so the prison service can keep him her for anything up to 99 years regardless of the courses completed or their behaviour a model prisoner who has completed all courses can still be refused parole Radical Prison reform is needed it is inhumane to keep someone in prison with no end date any time up to 99 years is not an acceptable end date Reply to Comment comment on MP Early Day Motions Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection robie alam Comment on hi June 12th 2011 at 00 36 hi i just want to say to this government to fuck themself and i would love to see the fucking prime minster get done for ipp and sit and rot for 99years in my book the prime minster is a total wanker Reply to Comment christopher watkin Comment on Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection October 31st 2010 at 12 32 There seems to me a simple way to sort this problem of ipps in a fair

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  • Wild Animals In Circuses
    animals are as well cared for and looked after as other wild domestic animals in other animal husbandry systems The above poll led by Jim Fitzpatrick was an injustice not only to Government registered animal trainers but also to the animals the circus industry in general and above all the mass general public that do support circus week in week out Considering how few people voted out of this countries population tells you something How many people knew anything about it Only the circus people and circus fans together with the anti circus people The poll conducted over the mid Dec to mid March period was nothing but a political point scoring exercise to please the anti circus body and raise a few more pounds for Labour coffers There was nothing in place to stop multiple voting or from voting from overseas If you are about to make a decision that changes someones lifestyle at least have some first hand knowledge on the subject before you vote Long may common sense rule Long may traditional animal circus entertain us Reply to Comment Wild Animals In Circuses David Hibling Comment on Wild Animals In Circuses July 9th 2010 at 21 24 As the Kiley Worthingto report and the DEFRA study proved circus by its nature is not cruel things can be done to improve welfare as they can in all fields where Mankind works or co habits with animals however that fact that this motion is being brought about by Jim Fitzpatrick who one hoped had been unbiased in preivious consultations is alarming and deeply schocking and if this issue was one considered by the media as of national importance Mr Fitzpatrick would quite rightly be called to account for his actions in handling previous discussions on this subject when it is quite obvious he was unbiased and quite unfit to handle the public consultation I also remember remarkable press call arranged with ADI hours after the resylts of the Defra consultation came in shame shame shame Reply to Comment Wild Animals In Circuses Raymond Dolling Comment on Wild Animals In Circuses July 10th 2010 at 11 51 Public consultation At the time it was held it was only too obviously a cynically manipulated exercise designed to produce a required result The only people who knew it was taking place were those groups who campaign against the use of animals in the circus There are pro organisations but they were not told about it and there was no media attention DEFRA has not published a detailed analysis of the responses but has admitted that there was nothing to stop the result being engineered by those with ulterior motives It is therefore disingenuous to claim as some have that the great majority of the public are calling for an end to the use of animals in circuses Jim Fitzpatrick was the responsible DEFRA minister at the time and by posting this EDM has revealed his personal bias Even before the result was

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  • Queen’s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance
    Head injury falls from horses motorcycles etc causing severe trauma injuries These in every way Emergencies The intial treatment from SJA members often results in the saving of a life through early intervention long before the arrival of a Ambulance from the Statutory Local service We along with the British Red Cross and St Andrews Ambulance Service all of course unpaid dedicated volunteers should be considered for this award Reply to Comment Diamond Jubilee Medal Raymond Vivian Comment on Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance January 28th 2012 at 12 39 You re quite right Michael my apologies for not including the Red Cross and St Andrews Someone has to deal with the emergencies as they happen so surely the men and women of St John Red Cross and St Andrew are by definition Emergency Services personnel and as Her Majesty is Sovereign Head of the Order of St John and holds prominent position with the other organizations I fail to see how the Medal is in any way devalued by it s award to members who have given sterling service to their communities and the country Reply to Comment Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance darren Comment on jubilee medal March 3rd 2012 at 09 43 jubilee medal This medal should not be awarded to members of the voluntary aid societies but only to the men and women of the statatory services as per current eligibility criteria The members of the v a s do make a contribution to society but no way near the level of skill and responsibility of the statatory services or level of danger I feel that if the same medal is awarded to a 22yr old first aid volunteer who has given his time for free at a pop concert that is awarded to a man or women who has given five years service and has faced enemy action in afganistan or fighting fires or dealing with rioters or prisoners or dealing with death and destruction on a daily basis is insulting and devalues the meaning of the reward Indeed award the v a s members with a seperate civil award that they deserve maybe their respective organisations should do this To me the volunteer bit of eligbility criteria is ther for the special constabulary and r n l i Reply to Comment jubilee medal Raymond Vivian Comment on Queen s Jubilee Medal And St John Ambulance March 8th 2012 at 16 27 Darren I ll give you the comment regarding our superb Armed Forces but we in St John as well no doubt our friends in the Red Cross and St Andrew s regularly work alongside the Statutory Services facing similar situations I have been punched spat at and sworn at just the same and without getting paid for the pleasure Reply to Comment Jeff Kennedy Comment on It s Over Now June 8th 2012 at 16 49 It s Over Now Well my friends we the true Volunteers

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