There are only two possible outcomes for Euro 2012 for me the most preferable is an England victory albeit accompanied by a considerable loss of my "insurance" stake. Following that the only other outcome is an England exit accompanied by not insubstantial financial compensation.
Can't see Jimmy Carr compensating the tax man though. You'll see that Mr Carr was more than willing to express his social consciousness in the Guardian in 2009 just before the elections. It all looks rather hollow now though as greedy, tax-cheating Jimmy is exposed diverting funds from the most needy and vulnerable in a society he professes to care so much about. Who's laughing now?We love Britain precisely because of its tolerance and diversity. The British National party and its allies are a threat to everything that makes us proud of this country we love. The BNP is working hard to conceal its extremism because it knows that people in Britain totally reject the politics of racism and hatred. But the BNP's record is clear: its 2001 manifesto wanted mixed-race relationships to be outlawed and for any black person who commits a crime to be thrown out of the country, even those who were born here. Nick Griffin, the leader of the BNP, was found guilty of inciting racial hatred in 1998.
He denied that the Holocaust ever took place and believes that Jews are conspiring to brainwash white British people. We consider Griffin's views to be not only racist but fascist: he has previously described the BNP as "a strong, disciplined organisation with the ability to back up its slogan 'defend rights for whites' with well-directed boots and fists. When the crunch comes, power is the product of force and will, not of rational debate". A vote for the BNP is a vote against everything that makes this country great. We are determined to vote on 4 June: please join us in voting for a great Britain.
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