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Re: Advice on pupil behaviour needed

LastMumStanding   what law is it that says "deliberately taking a photograph of a specific person without their permission is against the law". ? :shock: Surely the law isn't that I have to ask permission of a criminal in the act to take his/her photo. Just imagine: " Excuse me, I've just noticed y...
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Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:23 pm

Re: Successful prosecution of local man for repeated dog fouling between the commons - hurrah! but is the fine enough?

If you could get to the nub of the issue without the loooooong post and waffle, that would be great. Only skimmed through but I agree that the fine is ridiculous. Similar to this fine that was reported in the Wandsworth Guardian recently: A guy called Tauqir Butt was caught flytipping and only got a...
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Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:25 pm

Re: Advice on pupil behaviour needed

I'm with you windmill - I'm also a person who tells off kids for doing stupid things like leaving their chicken and chips and empty cans rubbish in my garden. I would also be mortified if my kids behaved like that, but they don't and won't because I'm bringing them up to be decent people. I'm just s...
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Fri Sep 14, 2018 6:32 pm

Re: Advice on pupil behaviour needed

I think it must be ok because otherwise we'd all be in jail, I mean how many times have we taken photographs on our phones with strangers in them, unintentionally or otherwise. Also, cctv is everywhere taking photos of our every movement and there is no law about that. Especially if you are recordin...
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Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:55 pm

Suggestions for husband's 46 year old birthday present

Hello, after half a life together and a house full of possessions, my imagination for what to get my husband for his 46th is depleted and he has pretty much everything he needs and wants, including about a million books. Can anyone suggest anything imaginative and/or fun, maybe a spa geared towards ...
Replies: 3
Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:06 pm

Re: So we're loosing Wandsworth's Homebase AND B&Q

I think you directed that insult at me among others Star, for pointing out that poverty and other excuses you made for the violent criminals is misguided in that particular case and that some young black men have a big misogyny issue, as has been reported on in the wide press... Anywaaaay - the bett...
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Tue Aug 28, 2018 6:36 pm

Re: Mother attacked for Rolex as her children run screaming for help

I've sat in the Abbeville pub (next to where this took place in case you don't know the area) and heard young black men referring to women as "bitches" in a categorical way. Fact. The misogyny of young black men is a well known problem that even the Guardian must have reported. Stop making excuses f...
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Sun Aug 26, 2018 3:27 pm

Re: Mother attacked for Rolex as her children run screaming for help

Too many people here covering up and making excuses for the scums who attacked that woman: "poverty", not enough youth clubs, women wearing expensive jewellery... The suspects in the cctv dont look so poor they had no choice and they are too old for youth clubs. Genuinely poor people don't typically...
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Replies: 43
Thu Aug 23, 2018 8:25 pm

Re: What do people think about the Electoral Commission report today about collusion (cheating) of the Leave campaign?

I can help with that. GuyD73 is Guy Dorrell who lives in a social housing flat in Earlsfield near wandsworth common and he has been subjecting nvn to his crap for 2 years. He ran (or runs if it is still going) a pricey fish box scheme. But must be the only person in the UK fishing trade that thinks ...
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Tue Jul 31, 2018 10:50 pm

Re: Wandsworth: where / how to leave rubbish out?

Maybe ask a neighbour for a few to tide you over because I doubt they'll take them as recycling if they aren't in the right bags. They deliver you recycling bags twice a year and then if you need more you go on their website and they'll deliver another lot on the day of your next delivery.
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Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:37 pm

Re: Wandsworth: where / how to leave rubbish out?

Probably not, but why would you want to buy recycling bags when you get them for no extra charge from the Council?
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Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:22 pm

Re: Wandsworth: where / how to leave rubbish out?

Recycling - put it out just in the clear bags the Council gives you, not in a bin. We've never had foxes/rats get into them because they are just full of clean papers, bottles and tins. Don't put any recyclables in the bags that are caked with food or they won't collect it and you might be fined. Ge...
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Sun Jul 29, 2018 6:26 pm

Re: What do people think about the Electoral Commission report today about collusion (cheating) of the Leave campaign?

You are still at it Guy Dorrell (has the ban lapsed)? Ok, so you've asked what I think? I think you should stop posting such divisive and loaded posts. There are plenty of other more subject-driven places on the internet to shout your opinions. Plus you only ever want to hear from people who agree w...
Replies: 37
Sat Jul 28, 2018 6:22 pm

Re: Wife refuses to stop spending so much - help

I'm glad that you found the advice on here helpful, as I found much of it so sensitive and wise did when I read it just now.  It sounds counter-intuitive but giving her more control of the household finances might mean she doesn't spend so much. Like you, we have a joint account but my husband's ear...
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Sat Jul 28, 2018 6:12 pm

Re: What DO we want on Northcote Road???

Is the fish-van good - freshness, selection and price? I used to buy from their shop on St Johns about a million years ago. Is it better to buy from them now rather from than the waitrose and co-op practically next door?
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Wed Jul 25, 2018 7:25 pm