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Baz



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French police cars should be in France shouldnt they?
· Date: Mon 11, April, 2005 · Views: 2548 · Filesize: 205.7kb, 352.5kb · Dimensions: 800 x 600 ·
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Mon 11, April, 2005 15:00 Rating: 1 

Pathetic - local POLICE rubbing their noses in it!
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madrid


Registered: December 2003
Posts: 60
Mon 11, April, 2005 16:09

In Spain we use to say "Mucha policía, poca diversión"... more or less "more police, less fun"...


It's sad, to think that the "better" thing that they had to do today is stay at the door of Longbridge...
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Parsec

Still not cured of MG addiction

Registered: October 2002
Posts: 7,110
Mon 11, April, 2005 17:22

Well they say a picture says a thousand words, well done to the person that took that.


I feel like printing loads of flyers with the slogan "What's wrong with this picture" on it.


I wouldn't lose track of that picture it's historically quite valuable I'd imagine.
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Alex B

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Registered: October 2002
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Mon 11, April, 2005 18:01 Rating: 10 

John I think I have some answers to your question...first of all Police driving Peugeot...wrong car maker ?...who knows !!!.....was it supposed to be a radical meeting at longbridge ?...wouldn't say so !!!


Those 2 police cars spoil the view.


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GT


Registered: June 2002
Posts: 9,843
Tue 12, April, 2005 03:46

I'd just like to say that the Police force workers I spoke too were in support of our cause!


Its not the average Police ma or woman on the street who decides which cars they have to drive, its their bosses!
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Byron

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Registered: July 2003
Posts: 6,698
Tue 12, April, 2005 16:07

French sheds outside longbridge what the hell is going on,but as we know very few police forces buy british cars.

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Clark Trent


Registered: June 2003
Posts: 337
Wed 13, April, 2005 12:17

And it isn't just the Police driving foreign motors. How much difference would it have made if all HMG's departments had bought British? Enough to pay for developement of some new cars?
A few years ago I was stopped my a very nice policeman in a Triumph 2.5PI. (I said it was a few years ago!) I was so impressed at the speed he caught up with me I bought the same model. I'm sure the same would apply nowadays if people were stopped by a policeman in an MG or Rover.
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robbo sps


Registered: October 2003
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Fri 15, April, 2005 17:07

Oh Dear !!


AS clark trent says look what the Brtish Police did for the Volvo 850 / V70 / S60 ....
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Baz

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Registered: April 2002
Posts: 658
Sun 17, April, 2005 12:09

Thanks for the comments Chaps, it made my blood boil when I spotted them. Perhaps I should have titled it Spot the mistake by HM Government.
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Clark Trent


Registered: June 2003
Posts: 337
Mon 18, April, 2005 08:13

Robbo. You're so right. I hadn't realised when I posted just how true my remarks were.
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Jester

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Registered: August 2002
Posts: 88
Tue 3, May, 2005 18:29

Baz,


I think you should contact all the Press outlest that have used your picture and charge them. I've seen it in a few publications, someone is ripping you off! You should be asked and then set your price!
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Baz

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Registered: April 2002
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Mon 23, May, 2005 15:35

I mailed the Independant editor and did not receive a reply. Just shows you their integrity doesn't it?
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