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3-ducks
11/01/2017 16:27
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Why can't these self-important people get a grip? We don't want to listen to their racket.
anonymous user
11/01/2017 16:30
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Yeah, you might want to be careful with this one. The implication in the article is potentially libellous. Better hope he is the person the police are looking for.
anonymous user
11/01/2017 17:36
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I'm guessing RoF is pretty up on defamation law and has spoken to the firm. And he is clearly the same person.
anonymous user
12/01/2017 11:59
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The article does say that ROF contacted Longstaff but he referred the enquiry to Linklaters PR and otherwise wouldn't speak to ROF. As opposed just saying "no, not me, I wasn't on that train. How funny."
anonymous user
13/01/2017 13:31
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The 0935 from Kings X stops a number of times -- Stevenage, Grantham, Doncaster, Wakefield -- so why weren't the police called to meet it if the abuse was that bad?