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 Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Raymie the Legend  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 17:27

what's a rich, 97 year old a55hole doing driving anyway?




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Ron Atkinson - 1983
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Rastapari  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 17:37

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Raymie the Legend, Fri 18 Jan 17:27

what's a rich, 97 year old a55hole doing driving anyway?


Being a selfish old parasite hoor.

I Hope You're Ok Today....
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: LochgellyAlbert  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 19:14

Have to get some Royals driving round here, speed limit being dropped on the road and cameras fitted.

Might slow down some of the rockets out here.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Aylesbury_Par  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 19:26

Police say they will investigate and take any appropriate action.

Anybody actually believe that????
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 19:59

Announced earlier today that they will be erecting average speed cameras on that road as well as lowering the speed limit from 60 down to 50mph.



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: red-star-par  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 20:18

He could have killed the people in that car. Should definitely be prosecuted for dangerous driving. If he couldn't see as the sun was in his eyes why did he drive out in front of them. Unfortunately the royal family are immune from prosecution, they can even get away with killing wayward princesses in Parisian tunnels, so I won't be holding my breath on any action being taken
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: auldpar  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 20:21

I saw some clown on TV this morning saying 'It wouldn't be in the public interest to prosecute him'. Aye right!
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Boomer  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 21:59

red star par your take on the tunnel crash is frankly pathetic. Where is your proof? All about opinions I suppose and that’s mine and nothing more to be said
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: average white par  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 21:59

"they can even get away with killing wayward princesses in Parisian tunnels"

A splendid and noteworthy effort RSP, which deserves acknowledgement...

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 22:05

Was there a walkway in that tunnel? 😂



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 22:51

Is that because she was pregnant with Dodi's child, which would have been the 3rd man she had a child with.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: renegade master  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:08

For the record the council discussion to address the speed limit and cameras was already set for last night in council business!

Legally are the Royal family above their own laws?

They speed, drive with no seat belts (front and rear).

As for Diana tragic accident with a hint of ambiguity! Is that not how every tragic accident is......what if, if they, 30 seconds later......add your own narrative and every tragic accident leaves a 100 unanswered questions!

Was she bumped off we will never know!

One thing I am certain off is that Madeline McCann is not alive and her parents know more than what they say.

Maybe that is exactly the same at Buck House!
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: calpar  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:10

You think hes resat his test every 5 yrs or whatever for last 25 years?

New black landrover delivered to Sandringbams today

Why do we put up with this ??
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: The One Who Knocks  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:17

Why would he have had to have resat his test every five years for the last twenty five? No other elderly person in the UK has had to do that.

Turn on, Tune in, Drop out.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: donj  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:24

Imagine even thinking that Royalty ever need to sit a test.Shame on you to think that they would even accept some pleb saying 'You failed'.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: The One Who Knocks  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:29

What's the point of having royalty unless they get special treatment?

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: donj  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:33

Think your 'What's the point' covered it really.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: calpar  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:46

[Post Deleted] - Rude or abusive message
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: The One Who Knocks  
Date:   Fri 18 Jan 23:57

I'm not defending him it's just that your wrong Calpar. You don't have to go resit your driving test after the age of 75 or and age for that matter. An apology will suffice for calling me a dunderheid.

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 00:06

^^^^
Correct..It is the license holders responsibility to decide whether you are still fit enough to drive. By law, you have to renew your licence when you reach the age of 70, and then every three years after that. Ninety days before your 70th birthday, the DVLA should send you a D46P Application for renewal of a driving licence.



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 00:49

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Par, Fri 18 Jan 22:51

Is that because she was pregnant with Dodi's child, which would have been the 3rd man she had a child with.


How the 3rd. You think hewitt is Harrys dad....you are wrong.

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: calpar  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 01:25

So, a known doddery non proven allowed to be on public roads causes a crash, via dangerous driving, oh yes, my auld man was done for less out of Aldis on halbeath road, had to resit a test, done for d d and paid more tax than that auld greek cuntry put together
Roond ye
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Raymie the Legend  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 04:04

Two Royals I can't stand - Philip and Charles. Don't mind the others actually.

Two peas in a pod - arrogant and disrespectful.

The people in the other car will be amply compensated to keep shtoom or take the blame.




It's bloody tough being a legend
Ron Atkinson - 1983
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 06:59

I'm surprised at the ignorance exhibited by some otherwise erudite posters, who appear to be blissfully unaware that the royals are above the law.

Nicholas Witchell's report was a masterclass in obsequiousness. You couldn't make this up.

'Speed has been a worry on this road for a while.'

And then: The baby.....The old clown nearly killed a baby! That's the baby that was left out of reports, originally.

And then the fight back: D of E WAS injured, just didn't want to make anything of it.
Topped up with: He was momentarily blinded by the sun. (Genius, but 24 hours late, no mention before)
Nothing from the second car with the protection dudes who saw the whole thing. Why?
Because he wasn't involved in a collision. He was driving recklessly on the estate, probably way too fast, approached the give way, shat it (technical term), forgot that you brake and instead turned the steering wheel too abruptly, flipped the car which then appeared from the side road as a bouncing ball right in front of a car with a baby in it. That's my take. I think it's more credible than a car crash that turns over an (armoured, reinforced, probably) Freelander.
So the question isn't HOW DID HE WALK AWAY? but rather HOW DOES HE GET AWAY WITH IT? Oh, that's right, it was the Sun wot did it.......



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 08:58

"That cretinous parasite has been a liability all his days, never mind last 25 years"

All his days ?

He wasn't a liability during wartime Royal Navy duties - he was Mentioned in Despatches on HMS Valiant at the battle of Cape Matapan 1941, and two years later his action likely saved HMS Wallace under air attack. He was also serving in Tokyo Bay when Japan surrendered.

I don't take to him either BTW.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: DBP  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 09:16

end of the day, if that was you or I (or our parent/grandparent) that pulled out in front of an on-coming car that caused a large accident - at best, we'd have been charged with driving without due care, attention or consideration.

we certainly wouldn't have lots of apologists & sycophants on the tv offering excuses about the sun being too bright, the speed of the road being too fast, how dangerous the junction is, how fit/active/alert we are, etc

the main thing is that the people in the car appear to be relatively unhurt.

according to the PSI, the purpose of the police is to, "The purpose of the police service is to uphold the law fairly and firmly; to prevent crime; to pursue and bring to justice those who break the law; to keep the Queen's peace; to protect, help and reassure the community; and to be seen to do this with integrity, common sense and sound judgement."

...so I fully expect charges to be brought
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 10:06

The silly old beggar should not be driving at age 97 - everything else that followed is a consequence of that nonsense.

Thankfully nobody was seriously injured.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Sligo Mick  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 10:22

Was another vehicle involved in accident.................never knew that ;)
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: JTH123  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 10:23

Only on here could a thread about an aging royal contain a reference to Madelaine McCann.
Dot net at it's best. 😄
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 10:27

Im not going to defend him because I have no idea what happened. I have no idea what his diving record is. Has he had other incidents?

Maybe he was blinded by the sun.
We dont know.

He should be subject to the same rules laws and punishments as anyone else.

Is it possible he is being pre judged because of who he is too though.
Would there be as much vitriol against any other 97 year old with a clean license and if the sun did blind them.

Not defending him. Just playing devils advocate.

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: renegade master  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 10:40

JTH123

I'll let you do your own research into why and the connection being made!
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 10:47

I wont be doing any research. Just another distraction among many. Barely have time to come on here nowadays. Feel free to divulge.

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Berkey  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 11:47

Both my grandads have recently given up driving following small dunts as they knew they were not safe or confident to drive and they were only just approaching late 70’s into 80.

I know a few others who most definately shouldn’t be allowed to drive and they are especially dangerous driving in the dark at this time of year.

Would think once you hit 75 or have had cataract or joint replacement ops etc should have a fitness to drive or eye test of some sort.

Wouldn’t win any votes tho so will never happen and if you start taking people off the road the car manufacturers and insurance companies will have something to say.

Just sitting here drenched in my own positivity! AJ is gone!
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: richie5401  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 12:40

3 Commonwealth medals and an Olympic bronze PARrot.;)
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Raymie the Legend  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 20:22

Looks like he is behind the wheel again without a seat belt into the bargain

I would not tire of booting this arrogant twaat in the baws




It's bloody tough being a legend
Ron Atkinson - 1983
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: calpar  
Date:   Sat 19 Jan 20:48

I concur
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 07:38

So he had a brand new armoured car delivered and was back behind the wheel yesterday. Is that one or two fingers up to all us plebs?

You'd think he'd have enough brain cells left to lie low for a while and if he doesn't his wife or another relative would have told him it wasn't on. What an arrogant old git!

It would also appear that no contact was made with the woman whose wrist was broken in the accident, despite a claim to the contrary by a statement issued on behalf of the royals..........



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Captain Desmond Fancey  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 09:03

The fact you'd derive some kind of pleasure from physically assaulting a 97 year old man speaks volumes about you I'd say.
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Rastapari  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 10:29

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Captain Desmond Fancey, Sun 20 Jan 09:03

The fact you'd derive some kind of pleasure from physically assaulting a 97 year old man speaks volumes about you I'd say.


I too hope the old parasite comes to harm, hate me for it at will.

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: calpar  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 10:44

Again, I cocur ^^^^
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: The One Who Knocks  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 11:20

An elderly immigrant getting it tight on here. What a surprise.

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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: JTH123  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 11:28

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renegade master, Sat 19 Jan 10:40

JTH123

I'll let you do your own research into why and the connection being made!


Or maybe not. Are the moon landings involved as well?
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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Sun 20 Jan 13:40

🤣

https://www.facebook.com/352145948590913/posts/570355433436629/



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Sat 9 Feb 23:53

BBC News - Prince Philip, 97, gives up driving licence
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47186875



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 Re: Prince Philip
Topic Originator: Rastapari  
Date:   Sun 10 Feb 09:16

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widtink, Sat 9 Feb 23:53

BBC News - Prince Philip, 97, gives up driving licence
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47186875


Shout me when the old racist leech gives up breathing...

I Hope You're Ok Today....
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