Six homes targeted by burglars in same street

Six homes targeted by burglars in same street

Six homes targeted by burglars in same street

First published in News

HOMEOWNERS are urged to be vigilant after six homes were burgled in the same street.

People living in Romsey Road, Shirley, Southampton, have been advised to remove rocks, stones and bricks from their rear gardens after a spate of dwelling burglaries in the road.

Six houses have been targeted since January 3 – all following the same method.

The raider uses bricks, stones or rocks to smash a windowat the rear of the property to gain access.

The burglaries happen during the day and the suspects flee with cash, jewellery and expensive electrical items.

Hampshire Constabulary is appealing for witnesses following two burglaries on January 15.

The first incident happened at around 9.30am while the occupant was out.

They returned at around 1.30pm to find the rear window had been smashed and cash was missing.

A computer and a bracelet were also taken.

On the same day another house on the same side of the road was targeted.

A 37-year-old woman returned home to find her rear window was broken and the patio door had been taken off its hinges and thrown into a fish pond.

The burglar left the property through a window at the front of the house.

A spokesman for Hampshire Constabulary said: “We want to hear from anyone who saw anything, or heard anything, suspicious to get in touch.

“We urge people in the Romsey Road area to be vigilant. Anyone who saw someone jumping over rear fences or heard smashing glass should call police straight away.

“People in the area advised to get rid of rocks, stones and bricks in their gardens.”

Anyone with information should call DS Paddy Coughlan at Shirley CID on 101.

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7:51am Sun 19 Jan 14

Dai Rear says...

Crude stuff. A desperate local junkie?
Crude stuff. A desperate local junkie? Dai Rear
  • Score: 5

8:51am Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool? loosehead
  • Score: 13

9:29am Sun 19 Jan 14

chimneysweep 1234 says...

So if you hide a police officer or 2 round the back to actually do some work they would catch them ..clearly lives there or near
So if you hide a police officer or 2 round the back to actually do some work they would catch them ..clearly lives there or near chimneysweep 1234
  • Score: 6

11:15am Sun 19 Jan 14

Donald2000 says...

loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
That's a silly and misinformed comment. Romsey Road Shirley is the area which is just adjacent to Shirley Precinct and goes down to join Winchester Road and Trebourba Road from the Precinct. Maybush is a left turn from the Precinct and down towards the docks.

Geography not your strong suit, is it?
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]That's a silly and misinformed comment. Romsey Road Shirley is the area which is just adjacent to Shirley Precinct and goes down to join Winchester Road and Trebourba Road from the Precinct. Maybush is a left turn from the Precinct and down towards the docks. Geography not your strong suit, is it? Donald2000
  • Score: -6

11:25am Sun 19 Jan 14

Delboy67 says...

Why pick on Liverpool. Is nothing sacred?
Why pick on Liverpool. Is nothing sacred? Delboy67
  • Score: -3

12:08pm Sun 19 Jan 14

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs southy
  • Score: -11

12:25pm Sun 19 Jan 14

southy says...

Donald2000 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
That's a silly and misinformed comment. Romsey Road Shirley is the area which is just adjacent to Shirley Precinct and goes down to join Winchester Road and Trebourba Road from the Precinct. Maybush is a left turn from the Precinct and down towards the docks.

Geography not your strong suit, is it?
Seems Geography not your strong point also. if you stand at the Shirley precinct then head towards Anglesea road junction you then enter Romsey Road Shirley where the old Blacksmiths arms use to be is a marker where 4 old village boundarys meet Millbrook, Redbridge, Shirley Warren and Shirley, if you carry on and follow Romsey Road you have Redbridge one side and Shirley Warren the other side till you come to Maybush Corner at the Rownhans rd junction and then its just Redbridge with Maybush Hamlet use to be (at the place where the O/S use to be Compass house is the last remaining building from Maybush hamlet)
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]That's a silly and misinformed comment. Romsey Road Shirley is the area which is just adjacent to Shirley Precinct and goes down to join Winchester Road and Trebourba Road from the Precinct. Maybush is a left turn from the Precinct and down towards the docks. Geography not your strong suit, is it?[/p][/quote]Seems Geography not your strong point also. if you stand at the Shirley precinct then head towards Anglesea road junction you then enter Romsey Road Shirley where the old Blacksmiths arms use to be is a marker where 4 old village boundarys meet Millbrook, Redbridge, Shirley Warren and Shirley, if you carry on and follow Romsey Road you have Redbridge one side and Shirley Warren the other side till you come to Maybush Corner at the Rownhans rd junction and then its just Redbridge with Maybush Hamlet use to be (at the place where the O/S use to be Compass house is the last remaining building from Maybush hamlet) southy
  • Score: 4

12:29pm Sun 19 Jan 14

befriendly says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point. befriendly
  • Score: 7

12:44pm Sun 19 Jan 14

southy says...

befriendly wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.
The Echo only list 2 jobs in a 30 mile radius, and how many unemployed are there in inside the this 30 mile radius, in the whole of the Uk only around 64,000 jobs was available to be had for full year and there are millions of unemployed, think about it longer
[quote][p][bold]befriendly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.[/p][/quote]The Echo only list 2 jobs in a 30 mile radius, and how many unemployed are there in inside the this 30 mile radius, in the whole of the Uk only around 64,000 jobs was available to be had for full year and there are millions of unemployed, think about it longer southy
  • Score: -5

12:50pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

Donald2000 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
That's a silly and misinformed comment. Romsey Road Shirley is the area which is just adjacent to Shirley Precinct and goes down to join Winchester Road and Trebourba Road from the Precinct. Maybush is a left turn from the Precinct and down towards the docks.

Geography not your strong suit, is it?
I think you should look at a map again! Romsey Rd goes from Anglesea Rd right up to at least the roundabout next to 5Acres
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]That's a silly and misinformed comment. Romsey Road Shirley is the area which is just adjacent to Shirley Precinct and goes down to join Winchester Road and Trebourba Road from the Precinct. Maybush is a left turn from the Precinct and down towards the docks. Geography not your strong suit, is it?[/p][/quote]I think you should look at a map again! Romsey Rd goes from Anglesea Rd right up to at least the roundabout next to 5Acres loosehead
  • Score: 4

12:51pm Sun 19 Jan 14

southy says...

southy wrote:
befriendly wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.
The Echo only list 2 jobs in a 30 mile radius, and how many unemployed are there in inside the this 30 mile radius, in the whole of the Uk only around 64,000 jobs was available to be had for full year and there are millions of unemployed, think about it longer
Sorry correct that to 1,600 jobs the filter was on giving a false reading, but still take a look at the jobs on offer many are repeated most are part time and most jobs are aimed a suited person who all ready knows how to do the job, but it still will not match the number of people unemployed that covers the same area
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]befriendly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.[/p][/quote]The Echo only list 2 jobs in a 30 mile radius, and how many unemployed are there in inside the this 30 mile radius, in the whole of the Uk only around 64,000 jobs was available to be had for full year and there are millions of unemployed, think about it longer[/p][/quote]Sorry correct that to 1,600 jobs the filter was on giving a false reading, but still take a look at the jobs on offer many are repeated most are part time and most jobs are aimed a suited person who all ready knows how to do the job, but it still will not match the number of people unemployed that covers the same area southy
  • Score: -1

12:52pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

When I lived in Thailand many homes had metal bars over all widows & doors is this legal here & is this a way to at least hinder these low lifes?
As for a poster to criticise my knowledge instead of attacking the scum who is breaking into homes says it all about certain parts of our society doesn't it?
When I lived in Thailand many homes had metal bars over all widows & doors is this legal here & is this a way to at least hinder these low lifes? As for a poster to criticise my knowledge instead of attacking the scum who is breaking into homes says it all about certain parts of our society doesn't it? loosehead
  • Score: 4

1:30pm Sun 19 Jan 14

dandydandan says...

if you take stones and bricks away they will find a different way and that might involve violence... tell the job centre to stop messing up peoples money and **** like this might not happen, the world is **** nothing is ever going to change because the government want every thing, oh and also foreign people the reason why are country has no money is because foreign people come in and are aloud to work and then send the money to get circulated in their country hhmm and the government are still stood their scratching their heads wondering why we are going downhill so badly. have you ever thought that is is foreign people stealing from us? this country never used to be this bad and now look and just going down hill, take stones and bricks away lol they can find a stone on the road or their own garden
if you take stones and bricks away they will find a different way and that might involve violence... tell the job centre to stop messing up peoples money and **** like this might not happen, the world is **** nothing is ever going to change because the government want every thing, oh and also foreign people the reason why are country has no money is because foreign people come in and are aloud to work and then send the money to get circulated in their country hhmm and the government are still stood their scratching their heads wondering why we are going downhill so badly. have you ever thought that is is foreign people stealing from us? this country never used to be this bad and now look and just going down hill, take stones and bricks away lol they can find a stone on the road or their own garden dandydandan
  • Score: 1

2:08pm Sun 19 Jan 14

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. says...

loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
southampton has long been a city in denial ,reality is starting to bite hard now though.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]southampton has long been a city in denial ,reality is starting to bite hard now though. WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.
  • Score: 9

3:12pm Sun 19 Jan 14

Shirleyboy2009 says...

I live in Romsey Road in between the precinct in Shirley and where the Blacksmiths used to be and since the eighties for some unknown reason the boundaries were changed and we now live in millbrook as does the majority of Regents Park although you still have Redbridge between Shirley and Millbrook.
I live in Romsey Road in between the precinct in Shirley and where the Blacksmiths used to be and since the eighties for some unknown reason the boundaries were changed and we now live in millbrook as does the majority of Regents Park although you still have Redbridge between Shirley and Millbrook. Shirleyboy2009
  • Score: 1

3:16pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

dandydandan wrote:
if you take stones and bricks away they will find a different way and that might involve violence... tell the job centre to stop messing up peoples money and **** like this might not happen, the world is **** nothing is ever going to change because the government want every thing, oh and also foreign people the reason why are country has no money is because foreign people come in and are aloud to work and then send the money to get circulated in their country hhmm and the government are still stood their scratching their heads wondering why we are going downhill so badly. have you ever thought that is is foreign people stealing from us? this country never used to be this bad and now look and just going down hill, take stones and bricks away lol they can find a stone on the road or their own garden
get real there's been scum like this way before the bank crash, I was burgled by teenagers who had also burgled 12 other homes & they got 12 month suspended sentences hardly a deterrent is it?
they said they needed the money for drugs & many were under 16 so not claiming from the welfare.
If this scum went & found a job they wouldn't be messed up would they?
Stones & bricks I agree with you about as the scum is now taking hammers with them to break in.
Arrest them put them in the Army fast track their training & send them to Afganhistan then let's see how tough they are
[quote][p][bold]dandydandan[/bold] wrote: if you take stones and bricks away they will find a different way and that might involve violence... tell the job centre to stop messing up peoples money and **** like this might not happen, the world is **** nothing is ever going to change because the government want every thing, oh and also foreign people the reason why are country has no money is because foreign people come in and are aloud to work and then send the money to get circulated in their country hhmm and the government are still stood their scratching their heads wondering why we are going downhill so badly. have you ever thought that is is foreign people stealing from us? this country never used to be this bad and now look and just going down hill, take stones and bricks away lol they can find a stone on the road or their own garden[/p][/quote]get real there's been scum like this way before the bank crash, I was burgled by teenagers who had also burgled 12 other homes & they got 12 month suspended sentences hardly a deterrent is it? they said they needed the money for drugs & many were under 16 so not claiming from the welfare. If this scum went & found a job they wouldn't be messed up would they? Stones & bricks I agree with you about as the scum is now taking hammers with them to break in. Arrest them put them in the Army fast track their training & send them to Afganhistan then let's see how tough they are loosehead
  • Score: 3

3:23pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

Shirleyboy2009 wrote:
I live in Romsey Road in between the precinct in Shirley and where the Blacksmiths used to be and since the eighties for some unknown reason the boundaries were changed and we now live in millbrook as does the majority of Regents Park although you still have Redbridge between Shirley and Millbrook.
shirleyboy your so so wrong. no such area as Regents Park it's Millbrook right down to Millbrook train Station.
Redbridge is between Millbrook & Millbrook? NO it's not Redbridge is between Millbrook & Millbrook Green Park Estate see it's like Bitterne & Bitterne Park get it? Or Shirley & Shirley Warren.
remember Millbrook was an area/village way before Millbrook Green Park was built which was after the second world war.
BAT's Address is/was Regents Park rd Millbrook .
the place which can call itself Regents Park is Regents Park School & what's left of the Regents Park across the road from the school.
before it was knocked down & flats were built there was a house where the Regent would stay whilst visiting the area & the park was the Regents private park ,
[quote][p][bold]Shirleyboy2009[/bold] wrote: I live in Romsey Road in between the precinct in Shirley and where the Blacksmiths used to be and since the eighties for some unknown reason the boundaries were changed and we now live in millbrook as does the majority of Regents Park although you still have Redbridge between Shirley and Millbrook.[/p][/quote]shirleyboy your so so wrong. no such area as Regents Park it's Millbrook right down to Millbrook train Station. Redbridge is between Millbrook & Millbrook? NO it's not Redbridge is between Millbrook & Millbrook Green Park Estate see it's like Bitterne & Bitterne Park get it? Or Shirley & Shirley Warren. remember Millbrook was an area/village way before Millbrook Green Park was built which was after the second world war. BAT's Address is/was Regents Park rd Millbrook . the place which can call itself Regents Park is Regents Park School & what's left of the Regents Park across the road from the school. before it was knocked down & flats were built there was a house where the Regent would stay whilst visiting the area & the park was the Regents private park , loosehead
  • Score: -2

3:34pm Sun 19 Jan 14

dandydandan says...

Lock your doors and windows dont make your house a easy target simple, only the people that flash what they have got get robbed
Lock your doors and windows dont make your house a easy target simple, only the people that flash what they have got get robbed dandydandan
  • Score: -4

4:38pm Sun 19 Jan 14

Dai Rear says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
No I'm sure you're right me old Trot. Not non-workers but bankers and Cameron's oppos from the Bullingdon Club. Watch out for Bentleys with personalised number plates. We'll get 'em.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]No I'm sure you're right me old Trot. Not non-workers but bankers and Cameron's oppos from the Bullingdon Club. Watch out for Bentleys with personalised number plates. We'll get 'em. Dai Rear
  • Score: 1

5:43pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars? loosehead
  • Score: 5

5:53pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

southy wrote:
befriendly wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.
The Echo only list 2 jobs in a 30 mile radius, and how many unemployed are there in inside the this 30 mile radius, in the whole of the Uk only around 64,000 jobs was available to be had for full year and there are millions of unemployed, think about it longer
okay lets think about it?
More people employed in this country than at any time since the war?
More EU citizens coming here & finding work straight away?
programs(TV) offering lads a job then they find out where & what it is 60% walk away then they find out how much an hour it is & realise to make it more than welfare they'd have to work hard & no ones left speaking to the program.
Get real take what there is & not what you want whilst working look for a job that you want to do then go for it was the way when I was young not stay on Social Burgle some poor s+ds home to sell his goods to buy what ever it is you want.
Society should stop making excuses & take positive action against this scum.
Ed Milliband has put thousands into the poverty trap by shouting his mouth off about price freezes on power knowing exactly what the energy firms would do.
the Government managed to limit the effect of that idiot but now he's trying to stop the recovery by saying he'll break up the banks so slashing share prices stopping the profitable selling of our shares(country) in those banks so paying of a chunk of the debt Labour & the bank crash left us with so Southy blame you Socialist leader for Cuts but don't blame any one or anything but SCUM for burglaries.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]befriendly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]At the top right of this page are listed over 1500 jobs, but unfortunately every one means getting up and working for several hours each day and a modicum of intelligence, which our brick thrower seems unable to do and lack. Under socialism though brick throwing would be classified as a job to get the unemployment figures to zero just to prove a political point.[/p][/quote]The Echo only list 2 jobs in a 30 mile radius, and how many unemployed are there in inside the this 30 mile radius, in the whole of the Uk only around 64,000 jobs was available to be had for full year and there are millions of unemployed, think about it longer[/p][/quote]okay lets think about it? More people employed in this country than at any time since the war? More EU citizens coming here & finding work straight away? programs(TV) offering lads a job then they find out where & what it is 60% walk away then they find out how much an hour it is & realise to make it more than welfare they'd have to work hard & no ones left speaking to the program. Get real take what there is & not what you want whilst working look for a job that you want to do then go for it was the way when I was young not stay on Social Burgle some poor s+ds home to sell his goods to buy what ever it is you want. Society should stop making excuses & take positive action against this scum. Ed Milliband has put thousands into the poverty trap by shouting his mouth off about price freezes on power knowing exactly what the energy firms would do. the Government managed to limit the effect of that idiot but now he's trying to stop the recovery by saying he'll break up the banks so slashing share prices stopping the profitable selling of our shares(country) in those banks so paying of a chunk of the debt Labour & the bank crash left us with so Southy blame you Socialist leader for Cuts but don't blame any one or anything but SCUM for burglaries. loosehead
  • Score: 2

6:57pm Sun 19 Jan 14

stevens1985 says...

Love them to try my mums they will be met with 3 very **** off dogs that wouldnt let them leave and the burglar would call the police on themselves
Love them to try my mums they will be met with 3 very **** off dogs that wouldnt let them leave and the burglar would call the police on themselves stevens1985
  • Score: 2

7:27pm Sun 19 Jan 14

monkeenuts says...

loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Southampton worse crime record than Liverpool do you have the facts to back this up you could share?
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Southampton worse crime record than Liverpool do you have the facts to back this up you could share? monkeenuts
  • Score: -1

8:38pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

monkeenuts wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Southampton worse crime record than Liverpool do you have the facts to back this up you could share?
look on Zoopla L:iverpool houses & put in say Bootle & then say Millbrook or Lordshill post code & you'll see for yourself or go to the Police crime stats & do a comparison I was shocked when I saw the results.
physical violence in Southampton is way up on Liverpool & burglary in most areas is higher in our city than in Liverpool & this goes for rape & vehicle theft or theft from vehicles.
we have been making excuses & we have believed to much in the Anti Liverpool hysteria there is but try it go on the Official Police Crime statistics & you'll see what I saw
[quote][p][bold]monkeenuts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Southampton worse crime record than Liverpool do you have the facts to back this up you could share?[/p][/quote]look on Zoopla L:iverpool houses & put in say Bootle & then say Millbrook or Lordshill post code & you'll see for yourself or go to the Police crime stats & do a comparison I was shocked when I saw the results. physical violence in Southampton is way up on Liverpool & burglary in most areas is higher in our city than in Liverpool & this goes for rape & vehicle theft or theft from vehicles. we have been making excuses & we have believed to much in the Anti Liverpool hysteria there is but try it go on the Official Police Crime statistics & you'll see what I saw loosehead
  • Score: 0

8:59pm Sun 19 Jan 14

loosehead says...

monkeenuts wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Southampton worse crime record than Liverpool do you have the facts to back this up you could share?
Crime incidents per 1,000 people in Sefton / Southampton (2010/2011)
Sefton
Southampton
Physicalviolence
Robbery
Domesticburglary
Theft of vehicle
Theft fromvehicle
0
10
20
30
40
#
Source: Home Office Statistics
[quote][p][bold]monkeenuts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Southampton worse crime record than Liverpool do you have the facts to back this up you could share?[/p][/quote]Crime incidents per 1,000 people in Sefton / Southampton (2010/2011) Sefton Southampton Physicalviolence Robbery Domesticburglary Theft of vehicle Theft fromvehicle 0 10 20 30 40 # Source: Home Office Statistics loosehead
  • Score: -1

12:54am Mon 20 Jan 14

nervousbumskin420 says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
pleanty of jobs mate, just people are far to lazy to get off their arse and look for one!
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]pleanty of jobs mate, just people are far to lazy to get off their arse and look for one! nervousbumskin420
  • Score: 0

1:11pm Mon 20 Jan 14

boilerman says...

Until they give the scum that committ this sort of crime a proper sentence this will go on and on.
There is no proper deterant and when they get caught they come up with some excuse to justify their crime.
Bring back borstals.
Until they give the scum that committ this sort of crime a proper sentence this will go on and on. There is no proper deterant and when they get caught they come up with some excuse to justify their crime. Bring back borstals. boilerman
  • Score: 2

3:07pm Mon 20 Jan 14

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored.
Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here.
When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote.
My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then.
And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round.

To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?[/p][/quote]Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored. Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here. When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote. My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then. And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round. To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc southy
  • Score: -1

3:22pm Mon 20 Jan 14

loosehead says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored.
Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here.
When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote.
My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then.
And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round.

To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc
Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever.
Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?[/p][/quote]Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored. Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here. When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote. My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then. And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round. To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc[/p][/quote]Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever. Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments loosehead
  • Score: 0

3:24pm Mon 20 Jan 14

southy says...

Loose ever since the First Industrial Revolution (the water wheel mills) the population as been increasing but creating new jobs have not been equal to the same level as it was before F.I.R. its been lower and every technology improvement it meant fewer new job creation the gap was only small at first but its growing, Capitalist answer to this was to have a war to thin out the population till we get to the stage of today, it was in the 70's that thinking change on how to combat the problem but your Capitalist do not like it because it would mean that would have to start sharing and lose some more control over its workers.
Loose ever since the First Industrial Revolution (the water wheel mills) the population as been increasing but creating new jobs have not been equal to the same level as it was before F.I.R. its been lower and every technology improvement it meant fewer new job creation the gap was only small at first but its growing, Capitalist answer to this was to have a war to thin out the population till we get to the stage of today, it was in the 70's that thinking change on how to combat the problem but your Capitalist do not like it because it would mean that would have to start sharing and lose some more control over its workers. southy
  • Score: -2

4:20pm Mon 20 Jan 14

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored.
Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here.
When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote.
My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then.
And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round.

To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc
Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever.
Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments
Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?[/p][/quote]Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored. Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here. When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote. My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then. And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round. To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc[/p][/quote]Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever. Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments[/p][/quote]Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1% southy
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4:26pm Mon 20 Jan 14

southy says...

You just got to listen to this its so funny
https://soundcloud.c
om/nicholas-pegg
You just got to listen to this its so funny https://soundcloud.c om/nicholas-pegg southy
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4:28pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Dai Rear says...

southy wrote:
Loose ever since the First Industrial Revolution (the water wheel mills) the population as been increasing but creating new jobs have not been equal to the same level as it was before F.I.R. its been lower and every technology improvement it meant fewer new job creation the gap was only small at first but its growing, Capitalist answer to this was to have a war to thin out the population till we get to the stage of today, it was in the 70's that thinking change on how to combat the problem but your Capitalist do not like it because it would mean that would have to start sharing and lose some more control over its workers.
You're not Alf Garnett are you?
A free market economy is, as you say, the worst way-except for all the others which have been, failed and gone.
Maybe the John Lewis model will spread. No harm in that, at all, but if I read you right you want back to something like Butskellism. Like you I was there and it was pants. Remember?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Loose ever since the First Industrial Revolution (the water wheel mills) the population as been increasing but creating new jobs have not been equal to the same level as it was before F.I.R. its been lower and every technology improvement it meant fewer new job creation the gap was only small at first but its growing, Capitalist answer to this was to have a war to thin out the population till we get to the stage of today, it was in the 70's that thinking change on how to combat the problem but your Capitalist do not like it because it would mean that would have to start sharing and lose some more control over its workers.[/p][/quote]You're not Alf Garnett are you? A free market economy is, as you say, the worst way-except for all the others which have been, failed and gone. Maybe the John Lewis model will spread. No harm in that, at all, but if I read you right you want back to something like Butskellism. Like you I was there and it was pants. Remember? Dai Rear
  • Score: 2

5:33pm Mon 20 Jan 14

loosehead says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored.
Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here.
When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote.
My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then.
And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round.

To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc
Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever.
Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments
Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%
way back in the winter of discontent we had over 1million unemployed ( i.5) so if we go by your theory & reasoning that was a far worse time for unemployment than now as surely the population wasn't so high so we should in theory had far less than that shouldn't we?
just remember that was the type of socialist government you bang on about.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?[/p][/quote]Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored. Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here. When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote. My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then. And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round. To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc[/p][/quote]Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever. Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments[/p][/quote]Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%[/p][/quote]way back in the winter of discontent we had over 1million unemployed ( i.5) so if we go by your theory & reasoning that was a far worse time for unemployment than now as surely the population wasn't so high so we should in theory had far less than that shouldn't we? just remember that was the type of socialist government you bang on about. loosehead
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7:40pm Mon 20 Jan 14

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. says...

loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored.
Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here.
When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote.
My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then.
And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round.

To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc
Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever.
Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments
Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%
way back in the winter of discontent we had over 1million unemployed ( i.5) so if we go by your theory & reasoning that was a far worse time for unemployment than now as surely the population wasn't so high so we should in theory had far less than that shouldn't we?
just remember that was the type of socialist government you bang on about.
one million needing food banks now just to survive ,the wretched edwina thinks its hilarious .
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?[/p][/quote]Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored. Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here. When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote. My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then. And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round. To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc[/p][/quote]Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever. Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments[/p][/quote]Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%[/p][/quote]way back in the winter of discontent we had over 1million unemployed ( i.5) so if we go by your theory & reasoning that was a far worse time for unemployment than now as surely the population wasn't so high so we should in theory had far less than that shouldn't we? just remember that was the type of socialist government you bang on about.[/p][/quote]one million needing food banks now just to survive ,the wretched edwina thinks its hilarious . WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.
  • Score: 1

9:19pm Mon 20 Jan 14

loosehead says...

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush?
So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum .
Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?
Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about.
If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs
Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none?
many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them.
Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers?
Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent.
When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?
Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored.
Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here.
When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote.
My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then.
And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round.

To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc
Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever.
Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments
Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%
way back in the winter of discontent we had over 1million unemployed ( i.5) so if we go by your theory & reasoning that was a far worse time for unemployment than now as surely the population wasn't so high so we should in theory had far less than that shouldn't we?
just remember that was the type of socialist government you bang on about.
one million needing food banks now just to survive ,the wretched edwina thinks its hilarious .
again some one who's far off the mark.
Try telling the woman who had a go at another woman who was using food banks yet had just bought a top of the range Laptop for her son & had bought 4g phones for her other kids was on Welfare yet the other woman & her husband both worked & would rather buy food than luxuries .
when I was young my mum said when I went to stat at a friends just because he's got things don't think your getting them yet now buy buy buy & then use the food bank seems to be the way.
I watched a program where parents spied on there children ( adult) whilst they holidayed in Thailand yet one of these adult children was on the dole yet could afford to go on holiday?
if people got their priorities right & bought the essentials in live & not big cars or I Phones then food banks wouldn't be busy at all
[quote][p][bold]WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Romsey Rd Shirley? surely unless Shirley side of Trebourba Way this counts as Maybush? So yet again some low life who wants all that society has to offer but doesn't want to work for it so just robs people to get what they've worked/saved hard for these people are scum . Did you know this city now has a worse crime rate especially for burglary than Liverpool?[/p][/quote]Maybush Redbridge or Shirley Warren, depending where along Romsey road your talking about. If your going to blame unemployed person then at lest think about the real reason why they are unemployed, there no longer enough jobs[/p][/quote]Southy 99% of burglars are just that unemployed but please in your point of view how is it our Eastern Europeans & now Spanish & many other EU citizens can come here & find work if there is none? many agencies run transit vans to pick up workers to take them to factories/companies that need them. Also southy watch programs like Country file where fruit farms are crying out for workers they even provide accommodation ten months of the year & if you work hard you can earn £100 a day put in as many days as you can & then have two months off at Christmas & the New year yet they can't get any British workers? Many people want specific types of work or think they'll win X factor or Britains got Talent. When I left school you took any job if your ideal job wasn't available as a jobs a job but now they won't take it many will but a lot won't or there would be little or no work for our European friends so come on stop blaming the economy or are you saying under Harold Wilson there were no Burglars?[/p][/quote]Its a known fact that crime do rise not long after unemployment rise, that I will agree to, but there is an element that is not taking into account like the career criminals which some do a day time job and some have no job, some of the biggest crimes in the world are done by people who have a job and are very wealthy but they are bored. Loose people from other country's have all ways been allowed to come here to work nothing as change there, what as change is how they are treated and its made easier for them to come here, Before the rules started to get changed by the Thatcher government and every government since, overseas workers that came here was on the same wage and same working conditions as his/her's counter part there was no difference, Thatcher stuck the boot in on workers by signing that United Nation Agreement on immigration in the 80's that came into force in 1996/7, it allowed company,s to bring in a overseas workforce and not comply with the national agreement so they could bring in a work force under pay them work them more hours and have no working conditions to apply to for the first 6mths and after 6mths they get rid of them and bring in another lot for 6mths company,s do not even have to get them back home to country of origin so they end up stuck here. When you left school there was plenty of different jobs to go to, there was more jobs going than there was unemployed (your a year older than me if I remember rightly) unemployment did not really start to increase till late Ted Heath government was in power after we had joined the EECM / EU that Ted Heath took us into on a lie and with out a vote. My first job (Deck Boy in Red funnels) was a time wasting job waiting for the job that was offered to me before I left school to start in late September on a Government ship to Antarctica. My oldest sister left one job in the morning and was in another job in the afternoon that,s how easy it was getting a job back then. And yes there was Burglars in H. Wilson time, but the % to the population at the time was a lot lower, and that was because most people of working age was working and now its the other way round. To reduce this sort of crime then we need to go back and start thinking how we was going to manage the problem in the 70's, and that was reducing the working week with out losing the power of earning reduce the retirement age, and what do we get we get the opposite increase in working week and lost of power of earnings and increase in retirement age all this is doing is increasing unemployment making people poorer etc etc[/p][/quote]Bull, the amount of people in employment is now higher than ever. Labour are now saying they'll test people in the basics & if they fail they have to take up studies or lose their welfare payments[/p][/quote]Off course its higher than it ever been, that,s because the population is far greater than its ever been and we never seen such a large population before and is why unemployment is far greater than its been for a very long time, Think about it, the increase in population have left the creation of jobs way behind, if the population grows say by 10% job creation as grown by 1%[/p][/quote]way back in the winter of discontent we had over 1million unemployed ( i.5) so if we go by your theory & reasoning that was a far worse time for unemployment than now as surely the population wasn't so high so we should in theory had far less than that shouldn't we? just remember that was the type of socialist government you bang on about.[/p][/quote]one million needing food banks now just to survive ,the wretched edwina thinks its hilarious .[/p][/quote]again some one who's far off the mark. Try telling the woman who had a go at another woman who was using food banks yet had just bought a top of the range Laptop for her son & had bought 4g phones for her other kids was on Welfare yet the other woman & her husband both worked & would rather buy food than luxuries . when I was young my mum said when I went to stat at a friends just because he's got things don't think your getting them yet now buy buy buy & then use the food bank seems to be the way. I watched a program where parents spied on there children ( adult) whilst they holidayed in Thailand yet one of these adult children was on the dole yet could afford to go on holiday? if people got their priorities right & bought the essentials in live & not big cars or I Phones then food banks wouldn't be busy at all loosehead
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2:52pm Tue 21 Jan 14

LadySam says...

stevens1985 wrote:
Love them to try my mums they will be met with 3 very **** off dogs that wouldnt let them leave and the burglar would call the police on themselves
Same, my Doberman would just love it if they tried to rob our place. Seriously though, I am glad I have three dogs because the police couldn't care less and the courts even less so.
[quote][p][bold]stevens1985[/bold] wrote: Love them to try my mums they will be met with 3 very **** off dogs that wouldnt let them leave and the burglar would call the police on themselves[/p][/quote]Same, my Doberman would just love it if they tried to rob our place. Seriously though, I am glad I have three dogs because the police couldn't care less and the courts even less so. LadySam
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5:10pm Tue 21 Jan 14

loosehead says...

LadySam wrote:
stevens1985 wrote:
Love them to try my mums they will be met with 3 very **** off dogs that wouldnt let them leave and the burglar would call the police on themselves
Same, my Doberman would just love it if they tried to rob our place. Seriously though, I am glad I have three dogs because the police couldn't care less and the courts even less so.
so what do you think of the lame excuses being made for this scum on some of these posts?
[quote][p][bold]LadySam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevens1985[/bold] wrote: Love them to try my mums they will be met with 3 very **** off dogs that wouldnt let them leave and the burglar would call the police on themselves[/p][/quote]Same, my Doberman would just love it if they tried to rob our place. Seriously though, I am glad I have three dogs because the police couldn't care less and the courts even less so.[/p][/quote]so what do you think of the lame excuses being made for this scum on some of these posts? loosehead
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