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Gurkha soldiers allowed to settle at last.

Well at last some good news from this worthless shower of socalist shits:
Thousands more Gurkha soldiers and their families will be given the right to settle in Britain under a new policy to be announced by the
Home Office.

New settlement rights due to be announced could open the door to 36,000 Gurkhas who served in the British Army before 1997.

The Home Office was forced to take action after a ruling from High Court judges in October that the Government needed to review its policy on whether Gurkhas who had served before 1997 could live in Britain.

Although it would have been better had HM Govt, or rather the New Labour lot decided not to fight their claims for equal rights through the courts. 

Then again this is a government that told them that despite fighting for this land and having ties to it for hundreds of years that they could not show ties to the UK.

There treatment of these men has shown bugger all "fairness" or even "decency" two buzz-words that New Labour scum like to throw into every line of spin.

Still were they Afghani plane hijackers, Roma gangstas, Albanian mafia, pikeys or the latest in a long line of mad bomb plotting jihadists they would have been given the New Labour fawning welcome and a council house in no time at all.

No doubt the overweight PM will waddle before the cameras and with his double chins wobbling like some overstuffed goose bred for the foie gras market. Then his blubbery self will issue some meaningless platitudes about respecting the Gurkhas.

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it's either banned or compulsory said...

Good, I hope some settle next door to me, might reduce the chances of getting burgled or mugged on the way home.
No doubt the righteous will find some way of denying them the status of a deserving minority ( not that they would want it ).

Fidothedog said...

They sure took their time about doing it the bastards.

Anonymous said...

That's the best news I've heard this year. God bless the Gurkha's, they're an inspiration to us all.