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TOPIC: Sir Cliff sparks outrage
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Jo

Sir Cliff sparks outrage 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
How dumb can people be to be outraged at this? Why has the Daily Mail homed in on outraged tweets when the audience applauded?

Viewers are left outraged as Sir Cliff Richard tells Loose Women he'd rather 10 guilty people go free than one innocent person suffer after he was wrongly accused of historical sex offences
 
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PaulB

Re:Sir Cliff sparks outrage 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Cliff was actually quoting a Judge "from way back" so, as usual, people don't listen properly - they just react inappropriately.
 
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Re:Sir Cliff sparks outrage 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Yes it is simply more evidence of the simplification of our species - more than a one word slogan and they switch off. Trump. Brexit. Lemmings.
 
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Re:Sir Cliff sparks outrage 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Yes it is simply more evidence of the simplification of our species - more than a one word slogan and they switch off. Trump. Brexit. Lemmings.

Not all outlets mentioned that it was a quote at all.
It was just more lies.
 
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Re:Sir Cliff sparks outrage 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
I cant find it now, but someone said they ere outraged that we should have rapists on the streets to save him from the MILD INCONVENIENCE of an investigation that comes to nothing.

With some people, you might just as well bash your head against a brick wall as get them to understand.
 
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Ed

Re:Sir Cliff sparks outrage 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
PaulB wrote:
Cliff was actually quoting a Judge "from way back" so, as usual, people don't listen properly - they just react inappropriately.


Not a mere judge, but rather Sir William Blackstone, the first legal figure to attempt to explain and defend Britain's murky mixture of law and convention that passes for a constitution. And really, to be fair, you need to read him carefully and comprehensively rather than pluck a single quote from him that happens to seem to fit any agenda. Maybe in a hundred years time someone will attempt to back up a bill in Parliament for a minimum height for MPs by saying, 'Sir Cliff Richard made a point of saying he liked tall speakers - I refer the Honorable Member to "Wired for Sound"!'
 
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