Report this comment
  • "
    ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
    Arrggh wrote:
    ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
    Arrggh wrote:
    Zeegee ffs - posted by you at 6.48 yesterday- 'I posted evidence that sharia law is already operating in this country.
    It's on the other thread.
    And which bit of that sentence states that sharia has been incorporated into English law?
    another quote- It means that the sharia position on gender discrimination will be upheld IN BRITISH COURTS, despite UK law holding females to be equal to males.
    A fundamental misunderstanding of the current legal position which you stuck to through several replies.
    So I stated that in English law, the two genders are equal. Can you now explain how sharia has been 'incorporated' into English law if English law still holds them equal?

    *opens popcorn*
    I never claimed it has- you did. It's not my fault if you can't remember as far back as yesterday."
  • This field is mandatory
  • This field is mandatory
  • Please note we will not accept reports with HTML tags or URLs in them.


  • Enter the above word in the box below

March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

First published in News
Last updated
by

Sunday's March for England event may be moved following the collapse of a road, police have confirmed.

The annual nationalist march is due to be held along the A259 King’s Road, Brighton.

Earlier this morning (April 25) part of the road collapsed.

Workmen had been fixing a fire exit at the Fortune of War pub, situated below the road.

The hole is located where nationalists are due to congregate ahead of the march on Sunday.

A Sussex Police spokeswoman said experts were on the scene carrying out an inspection.

She added a decision would be made later today or tomorrow into whether the march should be moved further down the road.

For the latest visit www.theargus.co.uk.

Local Businesses

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree