008 Podcast is shocked not shocked by terrorist attack in London on 7th July 2005

The 8th episode of Shire Network News was first broadcast on July 10th 2005, immediately after the multiple suicide bombings across London on the morning of July 7th by a gang of Islamic terrorists. The entire episode discusses this including the first appearance on SNN by Andrew Ian Dodge who became a regular contributor. Andrew passed away from cancer in 2014, may his memory be a blessing.

In this special edition of Shire Network News, there will be no blog news. Humour is inappropriate just now. We have a special extended interview with London-based blogger Andrew Ian Dodge, and the Full of Crap Report from Laurence Simon.

Also, there is a special introduction which hearkens back, not to the dark days of 1940, but to an even earlier episode of English history.

Blogs mentioned include Cold FuryDean EsmayHarry’s Place and Samizdata.

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Watch full unedited Tommy Robinson LIVE stream outside constituency meeting of Stewart McDonald in Glasgow

Today Tommy went to talk to this is the MP who stood up in parliament, hiding behind his Parliamentary privilege and called Tommy Robinson a string of vile names, watch this clip.

Here’s the very end of the stream cued up:

And here’s what this man said in parliament about Tommy:

Tommy waited patiently in the cold outside a library where the Stewart Malcom McDonald MP was supposed to meet his constituents. Tommy’s mere presence meant Police arrived, shut the library to all (including women and children coming to return books) while the MP hid inside.

Parliamentary privilege in the UK means an MP can say whatever he likes inside Parliament with no legal repercussions: he can lie, slander and defame with impunity. That’s what this MP did.

Full unedited live stream from the start:

The original Facebook livestream can be found here.

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