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messageHome Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by east-of-the-Rye 22 April, 2008 22:13

2 Police people outside a house on Ivydale Road (there at 3.45pm, and 8pm)one with a large gun - the rumour is, Jacqui Smith has moved in - any one heard anything?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snoozequeen1 22 April, 2008 22:16

Are you sure they weren't just there for the mice? Some people are getting a bit desperate.

Do tell which number Ivydale had all the excitement - at least which end.

(Have you noticed how "south Nunhead" is gradually being absorbed into SE22, courtesy of this Forum. One day they will just change the postcode and no one will notice).



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was 2008:04:22:22:23:32 by snoozequeen1.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Peckhamgatecrasher 22 April, 2008 22:56

How are you fixed for kebab shops over there?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by monica 22 April, 2008 23:35

Jacqui up until a while ago lived in choumert road{opposite hubbys workplace) he told me that he and his work mates were reprimanded by the armed police for swearing and laughing 730 am in the morning, i mean please they are builders.the finger smiley

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snoozequeen1 22 April, 2008 23:41

Please tell if she is really here, and which end, then I can angle my "No to 42 day detention" poster so she will see it when she opens her curtains.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by TJ 22 April, 2008 23:59

Yes, pls tell where - I will drive my backfiring old banger past at every opportunity.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by zephyr 23 April, 2008 00:07

why not just drive down and have a look

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Dspu 23 April, 2008 10:46

Armed Plod said Jackie Brown, Home Sec had moved in to my girlfriend yesterday but she assumed he was joking....surprised smiley

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Sandperson 23 April, 2008 13:35

Dspu Wrote:
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> Armed Plod said Jackie Brown, Home Sec had moved
> in to my girlfriend yesterday but she assumed he
> was joking....surprised smiley

The Home Sec moved into your girlfriend?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by capt_birdseye 23 April, 2008 14:04

http://www.cinema.vrn.ru/images/soundtracks/JackieBrown.gif

Jackie Brown?!

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Pedro Rey 23 April, 2008 14:25

No, not her - she moved to Spain, didn't she?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by bon3yard 23 April, 2008 14:30

Well, look on the bright side Sandperson if Jackie Brown has taken possession of your girlfriend then you are in for some eyepoppin' lovin' blaxploitation style.The only question is have you got what it takes to please a real woman? Answers on a beermat to.........

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by mandyw 23 April, 2008 17:02

Yep, it's true the home secretary does live there. Walking to Nunhead station this morning, I saw two cops, one with a sub-machine gun, standing outside the house. A guy came out of the house next door and told me the score. Talk about drawing attention to someone's location...

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by louisiana 24 April, 2008 00:22

Pam Grier for PM! Then she could push a law through to make Across 110th Street into the national anthem. Such a classy tune.

Now we have an anti demo exclusion zone around parliament, perhaps we could demo outside Jacqi's house instead. So much more convenient. I have such a list of things to demonstrate about: PTA and so called anti terror laws, RIPA, control orders, ID cards, preposterous databases... Oh and dogs and daft drugs laws.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by xmotownx 24 April, 2008 13:24

In Response to :
(Have you noticed how "south Nunhead" is gradually being absorbed into SE22, courtesy of this Forum. One day they will just change the postcode and no one will notice).


We moved from East Dulwich (Bary Road) last year where we were renting, to a house we could afford to buy in Nunhead because we dont make zillions of pounds... but to make us feel at home, the council (who i think are responsible for putting the street signs up with the post code on them) have put an SE22 on our stree sign for Sartor Road, which is right in the middle of SE15 3BB... so does this mean that we didnt escape ED after all?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by macroban 24 April, 2008 13:42

Beware. SE22 street signs in SE15 are part of the Council's cunning plan for the forthcoming council tax revaluations.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snoozequeen1 24 April, 2008 15:35

xmotownx Wrote:
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the council
> have
> put an SE22 on our stree sign for Sartor Road,
> which is right in the middle of SE15 3BB... so
> does this mean that we didnt escape ED after all?

Perhaps it's to confuse anyone who comes looking for the Home Secretary. Although it seems no-one has anyone actually seen her so it could be just a red herring. She probably lives in W11 along with the rest of the ruling classes.

Advantages of having Home Secretary as neighbour:

we will always know where to find a policeman;
there will be improvements at Nunhead Station;
it would be possible to tailgate her car into town, thus cutting 15 mins from journey?

Disadvantages of having Home Secretary as neighbour:

the policemen will always know where to find you, when they have finished with all their databases, "passport interview centres" etc;
she is planning to lock up anyone she doesn't like the look of for 42 days, incommunicado, thus killing 1000 years of English liberty (start taking the leylandii down right now);
more than a bit worrying for the couple of Brazilian families that live locally, in case any of the chaps with the machine guns are of a nervous disposition and weren't that keen on geography at school.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snorky 24 April, 2008 15:50

armed copper are invariably @#$%& - even by the extremes of copper standards - and I will tell them so when I am next in the home sec parasites environs

I may however avoid wearing a Ronaldo brazil shirt just to avoid any "accidents" happening

PS, if this politico Leech is in da hood, then you do realise that every one of the locals will have been checked out by the filth beforehand - they know who you are already.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Dspu 24 April, 2008 17:45

Aside from the obvious disadvantage of Jackie Brown moving in to my girlfriend, leaving precious room for my good self, surely the main issue is the splendid hunting ground for 'treasure' left out on the street as people gut and renovate their houses round these lovely parts?

Who's gonna put their nice old chest out on the street next to heavily armed plod? You know what happens to people with a chair leg in a bag, goodness knows what they'd do if you had a whole chair...surprised smiley

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Dirty Bird 24 April, 2008 20:02

Update: 7pm ... No plod outside the house of the MP "for Redditch, Inkberrow, Cookhill and Feckenham" but I did see a woman (poss. Jackie Brown) going into said house when I scampered past. It's weird ... plod there whilst she's indoors/sleeping etc and then no plod at all and her, just brazenly going about her business, like she's normal.

Or something.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by macker 24 April, 2008 20:47

Dirty Bird Wrote:
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> Update: 7pm ... No plod outside the house of the
> MP "for Redditch, Inkberrow, Cookhill and
> Feckenham" but I did see a woman (poss. Jackie
> Brown) going into said house when I scampered
> past. It's weird ... plod there whilst she's
> indoors/sleeping etc and then no plod at all and
> her, just brazenly going about her business, like
> she's normal.
>
> Or something.


So just her, four armed officers, and stab vests all round when she pops out to buy milk then?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snoozequeen1 24 April, 2008 20:54

macker Wrote:
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> So just her, four armed officers, and stab vests
> all round when she pops out to buy milk then?

Couldn't they at least wear big furry hats and red jackets and have a little sentry box, then we could boost the local economy by attracting tourists and selling touristy knick-knacks?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by vivienne 27 April, 2008 22:51

Pull the other one!

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snoozequeen1 28 April, 2008 00:13

You see, the natives weren't being unfriendly, but were a-feared of what your sophisticated entertainments might bring in their wake.

And so it turns out - week 2, John Hegley, week 5, the Home Secretary and the poor policepersons who have to stand about on Ivydale Road weilding machine guns.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by louisiana 28 April, 2008 10:13

I think all politicians - hear this TJ - should live on the Dog Kennel Hill estate. They'd only have to have one set of security, they'd be very much in touch with the local community, and we'd know where to find them.

the finger smiley

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by PeckhamRose 29 April, 2008 04:33

John Hegley?
Oooh he's a smart fella is he.

I am in USA at the moment, just checking emails and connections and so on, and popping in to see what's happening back home, and reeeeeeeeeeeeeeallly???????? The Home Secretary is a neighbour now????

Can't wait to get back home, get on my motorcycle and bomb up and down past her house to greet her and leaflet her to try and persuade her to be on the Police Ward Panel; but only as a concerned socially aware resident you understand...

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by snoozequeen1 02 May, 2008 00:38

Quote:
"The power of the Executive to cast a man into prison without formulating any charge known to the law, and particularly to deny him the judgment of his peers, is in the highest degree odious and is the foundation of all totalitarian government whether Nazi or Communist" -- Winston Churchill, November 21, 1943.

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by macroban 02 May, 2008 07:18


messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Peckhamgatecrasher 02 May, 2008 07:51

Surely GCHQ would have first dibs over Langley?

messageRe: Home Secretary on Ivydale Road
Posted by Michael Palaeologus 02 May, 2008 08:04

Special Branch and/or the SIS...

and we havent heard from Peckham Rose for few days.

Belmarsh do you think?

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