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Denzel Darku Deportation

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Neil Bibby the Labour MSP for the West as Scotland raised this terrible situation at FMQ's.

Well Done Neil.

Denzel Darku is a student nurse here in Scotland, he has served in The Scottish Youth Parliament and carried the Commonwealth Games Baton.

The former Paisley Grammer School pupil came to Scotland nine years ago from Ghana but is now facing deportation as the Home Office  has said that he cannot prove he is dependent on his father who is a European citizen.

Denzel has had two appeals rejected and because of the Home Office appeals process he has been forced to drop out of his degree studies at Stirling Uni.

Denzel sees Scotland as his home and has no ties in Ghana.

As the First Minsister rose to answer Neil's question the chamber erupted into spontaneous applause from all parties EXCEPT for the TORY SCUM who all sat stone faced.

As FMQ's are tabled beforehand they knew that this question would arise and obviously had been told by their party not to respond, absolutely feckin shocking.

Nicola Sturgeon, to her credit, responded positively, and said she would do all in her power to stop the deportation.

On concluding she reminded the chamber that week after week Ruth Davidson demands answers to the state of the NHS yet here was a lad training to be a nurse who her party were throwing out of the country.

The Tory's as in all things are lower than a snake.s belly.

 

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It’s this kind of response (from the Tories) that betrays any pretence that they’re a modern, caring party. No one with a shred of moral being joins the “send him home” brigade. Every last one of the c***s, with Cosplay as their master, is either openly or secretly in agreement with the very worst extremes of Toryism.

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I watched FMQs live and it was utterly sickening, they way they sat there simply turns your stomach, didn't hear the send him home comment myself.

 

FMQs was a clusterf'ck for Ruth, and Nick simply handed her her arse, I read it was all glossed over on the Scottish news though and reported as the FM having to defend the Growth Report

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14 hours ago, Ned Nederlander said:

I watched FMQs live and it was utterly sickening, they way they sat there simply turns your stomach, didn't hear the send him home comment myself.

 

FMQs was a clusterf'ck for Ruth, and Nick simply handed her her arse, I read it was all glossed over on the Scottish news though and reported as the FM having to defend the Growth Report

That's par for the course,  apart from the BBC all print and television/radio media are privately owned and regardless of their claimed allegiances none of them apart from the Glasgow Herald and the National give the SNP fair coverage.

The BBC though funded by us does what the Government of the day tells them to adhere to, otherwise the director gets a no lube reaming arse tear.

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Why don’t the tories just get the fucking dulux colour shade chart and be done with it.

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I believe he has now been given permanent residence which puts the "send him home" MSPs ( there were several voices from those benches)in a spot as their continuing hypocrisy is exposed when Colonel Harrison will be praising the Home Office tomorrow.

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I believe one shouted "Send him home".

What a load of utter lies. You not think a media outlet, such as the daily record, or the herald, or any other one that loves to stick the boot into the tories night not have mentioned it? You know, seen as their political reporters were actually there!

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YouGov - 25 April 2018.

53% of Scots said immigration was too high.

Only 30% of Scots said immigration was “mostly good”

52% of Scots want a reduction in immigration

Only 28% of Scots want more refugees

51% of Scot and 56% thought Poles and Irish made a positive contribution to Scotland, where as only 23% thought Romanians and 24% thought somalians made a positive contribution.

Only 7% thought immigration had no negative impact, where as 16% thought it had absolutely no positive impact.

61% of Scots support the ‘hostile environment’

Only 23% oppose it.

 

Every single aspect of the hostile environment- I.e requiring documents to be shown what registering with a GP, accepting a job, opening a bank account and renting a place to live all were supported by at least 71%+ of all Scots.

 

The idea that Scots are all positive and welcoming to immigration is an absolute myth.

 

 

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3 hours ago, The Chlamydia Kid said:


What a load of utter lies. You not think a media outlet, such as the daily record, or the herald, or any other one that loves to stick the boot into the tories night not have mentioned it? You know, seen as their political reporters were actually there!

Not lies . I watched it on that day and the recording confirmed that it was said from the Conservative benches. I know my hearing is starting to go according to the wife but it did happen. As to the idea that those two papers would highlight it, let's agree to differ.  If I accept your argument that it did not happen then the silence from the Conservative benches would also back up how much in concert they are with Home office decision making over these cases. 

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The case of this boy had been raised twice by Ruth Davidson.

 

I will indulge you for a second and pretend I believe you- Who said it then? How do you know it came from the Conservatives side? Because some crackpot on Facebook said so??

 

 

The shouts were “says it all” and “shame on you” because they never clapped the speech.

 

To believe there is some systemic, deliberate cover up at play just illustrates tin hat brigade paranoia.

 

You not think it’s is strange that the first minister or any leading SNP MSP hasn’t mentioned it or sought to make any political capital out of it? If you lot are so gullible over that then it’s no wonder you’ve all been taking in so easy with the call for separation....

 

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6 minutes ago, The Chlamydia Kid said:

The case of this boy had been raised twice by Ruth Davidson.

 

I will indulge you for a second and pretend I believe you- Who said it then? How do you know it came from the Conservatives side? Because some crackpot on Facebook said so??

 

 

The shouts were “says it all” and “shame on you” because they never clapped the speech.

 

To believe there is some systemic, deliberate cover up at play just illustrates tin hat brigade paranoia.

 

You not think it’s is strange that the first minister or any leading SNP MSP hasn’t mentioned it or sought to make any political capital out of it? If you lot are so gullible over that then it’s no wonder you’ve all been taking in so easy with the call for separation....

 

As I watched it and the comment came from the right of the chamber I expect it was from the Conservative seats but I agree I have no idea who said it.  I agree the other shouts did happen but IMO they came after the other comment. It is true they never clapped the speech  and that is understandable as they are unlikely to differ from Home Office decision making. I wonder when Ruth raised this issue and can find no comments from her on it but you will be able to find it for me. Why would she raise it as he is not her constituent? I don't think there is a cover up and I only go on what I heard. 

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As I watched it and the comment came from the right of the chamber I expect it was from the Conservative seats but I agree I have no idea who said it.  I agree the other shouts did happen but IMO they came after the other comment. It is true they never clapped the speech  and that is understandable as they are unlikely to differ from Home Office decision making. I wonder when Ruth raised this issue and can find no comments from her on it but you will be able to find it for me. Why would she raise it as he is not her constituent? I don't think there is a cover up and I only go on what I heard. 

The only 2 possible explanations that exist for having heard it are:
1. Confirmation bias as people were told it was said so then listened, expecting/wanting to hear it.

2. The video has been edited by some nutjob.

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The only 2 possible explanations that exist for having heard it are:
1. Confirmation bias as people were told it was said so then listened, expecting/wanting to hear it.

2. The video has been edited by some nutjob.

Or 3) It happened

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