We don’t loike strangers round ‘ere

April 27th, 2011 § 2 comments

Nadine Dorries

For anyone who cares to know, blogger, Tim Ireland, who chooses to write blogs which are malicious, un-founded and for the most part totally untrue, has been warned by Police not to enter Bedfordshire.

Without going into the mailicious, unfounded and un-true part of that sentence (I know who I believe, and it’s the person that produces evidence to back up his claims), I do not believe for one second that Tim has been warned off from entering Bedfordshire.

Seeing as Tim has not had a visit from the police [see Tims’ comment below] about his behaviour towards Nadine, they’re hardly going to send someone/a message to him to warn him off from going x miles near Nadine. They might do if they had previously had reason to tell Tim to cool it, but they haven’t.

The police cannot stop someone going anywhere without a court order, ASBO or some other statutory instrument, again, of which Tim would’ve been notified of if there was one against him. Which there isn’t.

So what we have is a member of parliament, again, smearing someone with the accusation that the police are on to him and he is up to no good without any evidence.

However, this doesn’t stop him from wasting tax payers money via freedom of information requests and then letters of complaint to the information commissioner when they don’t work. Stopping that comes next! My poor staff :(

So, how exactly is Nadine going to stop someone submitting FoI requests and writing to the Information Commissioner? What powers, exactly does she have to stop it?

This, I have to see.

Tagged , , ,

§ 2 Responses to We don’t loike strangers round ‘ere"

  • Tim Ireland says:

    To be accurate, Dorries did make a complaint to police after she painted herself into a corner by claiming that an investigation was in progress and I was invited to speak with police as a result. Their investigation centred on my presence at the same public event where Dorries declared that an investigation was already in progress. I can assure you that (a) there is nothing in it, and (b) I hope to be able to back that up with evidence VERY soon, but police did have cause to ask me for my cooperation on one occasion, and I was happy to provide them with answers to their questions and evidence showing I was invited to a public meeting,and had permission to both film and broadcast.

    Anonymous parties seeking to speak for Dorries have portrayed this exchange with police as my being arrested, held in a cell and grilled for hours, but this is nothing like the truth.

    If there were anything in Dorries’ complaint, police might have cause to warn me about my conduct. There isn’t, so they don’t. I would love to counter what Dorries has blurted in even stronger terms, but would prefer to discuss her outburst with police first.

    Cheers for the supportive post.

    • Sim-O says:

      No a problem, Tim. The way you’ve been treated, not just by Dorries, is disgusting.

      It would’ve been better if I’d got *all* the facts right though.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

What's this?

You are currently reading We don’t loike strangers round ‘ere at Sim-O.