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  1. Blumhoilann liked a post in a topic by backup in D - Day A tribute to Heroes.   
    Everything about these brave chaps and lassies who fought for and gave us our liberty, makes one feel very humble and grateful.
    The Queen’s speech was absolutely wonderful GSTQ !
  2. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in D - Day A tribute to Heroes.   
    Everything about these brave chaps and lassies who fought for and gave us our liberty, makes one feel very humble and grateful.
    The Queen’s speech was absolutely wonderful GSTQ !
  3. Bears r us liked a post in a topic by backup in D - Day A tribute to Heroes.   
    Everything about these brave chaps and lassies who fought for and gave us our liberty, makes one feel very humble and grateful.
    The Queen’s speech was absolutely wonderful GSTQ !
  4. LegendofCoop liked a post in a topic by backup in D - Day A tribute to Heroes.   
    Everything about these brave chaps and lassies who fought for and gave us our liberty, makes one feel very humble and grateful.
    The Queen’s speech was absolutely wonderful GSTQ !
  5. 2nd Flute liked a post in a topic by backup in D - Day A tribute to Heroes.   
    Everything about these brave chaps and lassies who fought for and gave us our liberty, makes one feel very humble and grateful.
    The Queen’s speech was absolutely wonderful GSTQ !
  6. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by backup in If we lose Tav, Kent and Morelos...   
    There is an obvious correlation if kent comes back on loan, no one is was willing to pay L’pool’s asking price.
  7. HG5 liked a post in a topic by backup in Memorial wall/garden   
    Does our board have any history of reneging on contracts ?
  8. VentyFour liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    No, the law of the land applies to all not how associations decide they are to be administered, that is the remit of the courts.
    Once you are fully comfortable with that very obvious analogy  enlightenment shall follow, incidentally do you agree that celtic, (never mind anyone else for their cover up of abuse is the subject matter) should be prosecuted to the full extent of the criminal code ?
  9. backup liked a post in a topic by SeparateEntityMyArse in Memorial wall/garden   
    Quite easy to do when it it's not your own money you're spending, nor your own money to pay fines and legal costs, and no apparent repercussions from any of it either.
  10. backup liked a post in a topic by The Dude in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    Again, Ive never disputed that. Simply the relevance of the SSFA child protection framework to celtic. 
    Yes. 100%. Anyone involved in the abuse, cover up or facilitation of ang abuse should be punished to the fullest extent and used to make an example of. Clubs cannot be allowed to wash their hands of it, regardless how they dress it up, however the idea of sporting sanctions seems pointless. Sanctions should include huge financial penalties
  11. Malvern liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    Andrew Grays Mum challenged the sfa on the charmed life of section 9, so far she has not had the decency of a reply, new website or no new website.
  12. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    No, the law of the land applies to all not how associations decide they are to be administered, that is the remit of the courts.
    Once you are fully comfortable with that very obvious analogy  enlightenment shall follow, incidentally do you agree that celtic, (never mind anyone else for their cover up of abuse is the subject matter) should be prosecuted to the full extent of the criminal code ?
  13. Bad Robot liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    You mean the inquiry that was a private inquiry, not a Judicial one......of course you do 👍
  14. Bad Robot liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    I was referring to the sfa, as being irrelevant and unfit for purpose, it is a criminal matter 👍
  15. backup liked a post in a topic by Bobby Hume in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    Possibly by going to court to have GCC's decision overturned?
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  16. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    Andrew Grays Mum challenged the sfa on the charmed life of section 9, so far she has not had the decency of a reply, new website or no new website.
  17. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    The CoS is a civil court, these are criminal matters.
  18. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    A private prosecution if successful would, following on the sfa would then be duty bound as well as morally bound to act, failure by them to do so could also see them  prosecuted for aiding and abetting a convicted party.
  19. Courtyard Bear liked a post in a topic by backup in Rick Roberts - Troublesome tribalism: does it matter who asks the questions?   
    The CoS is a civil court, these are criminal matters.
  20. Courtyard Bear liked a post in a topic by backup in Rangers autobiographies   
    Far and away the ultimate book on a Rangers Captain and immortal legend.
     
     

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