I'm not saying that people shouldn't have good manners etc. but I do think that conflating a light hearted comment about her looks with discrimination against women generally is over egging the cake a bit. At that rate telling the wife her bum looks big in that dress is going to be classed as sexism. :eek:
Obviously many of the less educated and well off voted for Brexit. They are the ones who are being neglected and left behind unemployed and in low paid jobs, having their neighbourhoods and schools being taken over, unable to find an affordable home, while the more intelligent and wealthier are doing all right Jack. So why would they vote to change the status quo and give someone else a bigger slice of their cake? We all vote for our own interests don't we?
I voted Leave too. I want my kids and their kids to live in a country where they have a say in who rules them, where their neighbours speak English and follow English customs, where they can find a decent job and a home they can afford.
And they aren't going to get any of it it if we are stupid enough to carry on as we are.
I still think Trump has the right ideas but he's just going about things like a bull in a china shop. He has no idea of diplomacy or tact and he desperately needs to get at least one influential newspaper/t.v. station on side somehow.
Women may be deterred from entering politics because of abuse suffered by female MPs, Diane Abbott says.
The shadow home secretary said she was speaking out about her own experiences after recently receiving a series of threats and insults.
Last week Brexit secretary David Davis was branded "sexist" for reportedly sending a text saying he would not hug Ms Abbott because he was "not blind".
His spokeswoman said he was "very sorry" for any offence caused.
I really can't see what Abbott's whinging about. She's been in politics for years and mixed with some very repulsive people. ( A picture on the link show her with Bernie Grant who claimed that the police got ' a bloody good hiding' during the Broadwater Farm riots when P.C. Blakelock was killed.)
For her to come over all girly now because David Davies implied she wasn't attractive is a bit of an incongruous stance to take. But as ever, she wants to play the victim and sob 'Poor me.' instead of getting her big girl's knickers on and growing up a bit. She's one of those who likes to bully people and dish it out but doesn't like it when someone takes the p--- out of her.
Just for the record, I wouldn't bloody kiss her either.
Firstly you need to keep a diary. If you decide to fit a CCTV camera to use as evidence, don't tell anyone and ensure that your neighbour can't see the camera.
That tends to make things worse. After a while you should have a fair bit of evidence about his anti social behaviour and can use that in any action but he'll probably only get an ASBO. The local council may be willing to help.
If all else fails, I'm sure a few big lads from the local pub will be willing to tell him where he's going wrong for a price.
A smack in the mouth often saves a thousand words.