£24m plan to build four 'extra care' homes for elderly

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Four new 'extra care' homes could be provided across the district Four new 'extra care' homes could be provided across the district

Bradford Council will today be asked to approve creating four ‘Extra Care’ homes with a capacity for 251 beds in a £24 million scheme to allow elderly people to live independently for longer.

The homes, to be based in Saltaire, Airedale, Thackley and Goitside in Bradford are part of the Council’s new Great Places To Grow Old Strategy.

That strategy is a joint project with health and housing chiefs aimed at providing more homes for pensioners as population forecasts show there will be a massive growth in the elderly population.

Latest figures show there are 69,400 people in the district aged over 65, more than 13 per cent of the district’s population.

That number is projected to grow to 136,200 by 2033.

If the Council’s Executive gives the go ahead today, work could start as soon as possible on Thackley and Saltaire homes.

Extra Care is a step up from sheltered housing and a step down from residential care allowing people to have 24-hour home support and care.

The units would also accommodate those released from hospital after major surgery but needing time to recuperate before they go back to their own homes.

It could mean some people in existing care homes moving into the new units once they are finished.

Keith Nathan, the chief executive of Age UK Bradford and District, welcomed the news of Extra Care homes citing the success of an existing one, Mary Seacole Court, Park Road, Little Horton, but warned that standards needed to be maintained.

“We have been involved with this work with the Council for a couple of years,” he said.

“I do think it is very important that the local authority provides the good standard which helps keep the whole market up to scratch.

“We have always had a system where people are moved to residential care as a destination, rather than trying to get them to recuperate. They would much rather live where they know and where people know them.

“Extra Care enables much more than sitting around watching TV, just look at the success of Mary Seacole Court.”

The strategy also plans to eventually decommission in-house long-term care and work more with the independent sector, including private care homes, to get more bed space in that sector for those needing residential care.

Existing care homes will eventually be adapted to meet the needs of people with dementia.

Jean Walker, the chairman of Bradford Older People’s Alliance and Bradford & District Senior Power, said: “You need a package to help you stay at home and that is my worry.

“You need more than someone coming in for more than 20 minutes a day.

“In theory the plans all sound fine. But what about those who can’t sell their house who want to go into sheltered accommodation?

“I know of a 92-year-old woman who has owned her home for 60 years and has tried to sell it but just can’t.

“We need to look at care homes and what function they have. I wouldn’t like to think someone was sitting there waiting for the end of their life.”

The district’s eight remaining care homes, Holmewood, Keighley; Woodward Court, Allerton; Beckfield, Bolton Lane, Bradford; Norman Lodge, Odsal; Thompson Court, Crossflatts; Neville Grange, Saltaire; Holme View, Holme Wood, and Harbourne, Wibsey, will stay open until alternative provision is found.

The cash to fund the Extra Care homes would be found from Department of Health grants, the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and Bradford Council.

It is hoped the new units will give people a better quality of life and leave them needing less residential care if any.

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8:44am Tue 15 Jan 13

Joedavid says...

The article says "extra care homes" but in the recent passed we have read care homes to close, indeed this article mentions homes to close.
The article says "extra care homes" but in the recent passed we have read care homes to close, indeed this article mentions homes to close. Joedavid
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9:42am Tue 15 Jan 13

scanipoos says...

why cant they just convert the care homes.After all their already their ? Or is this going to be like the care home on Otley road bd3.
http://goo.gl/maps/m
myFP
Thats been raised to the ground. such a waste of money that was. its about time this council looked at putting buildings up their not prepared to pull down 20 years later
why cant they just convert the care homes.After all their already their ? Or is this going to be like the care home on Otley road bd3. http://goo.gl/maps/m myFP Thats been raised to the ground. such a waste of money that was. its about time this council looked at putting buildings up their not prepared to pull down 20 years later scanipoos
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9:50am Tue 15 Jan 13

Joedavid says...

scanipoos wrote:
why cant they just convert the care homes.After all their already their ? Or is this going to be like the care home on Otley road bd3.
http://goo.gl/maps/m

myFP
Thats been raised to the ground. such a waste of money that was. its about time this council looked at putting buildings up their not prepared to pull down 20 years later
Is it like the City centre then first thought is knock it down.
[quote][p][bold]scanipoos[/bold] wrote: why cant they just convert the care homes.After all their already their ? Or is this going to be like the care home on Otley road bd3. http://goo.gl/maps/m myFP Thats been raised to the ground. such a waste of money that was. its about time this council looked at putting buildings up their not prepared to pull down 20 years later[/p][/quote]Is it like the City centre then first thought is knock it down. Joedavid
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10:09am Tue 15 Jan 13

ertnec says...

It is god to see something being looked at for the elderly as we all get there one day, the homes which are due to close I be leave are not suitable in their current state and would not be able to be remodenised due to high costs and were in th emean time would the elderly go. YES build new places but at the same time make them affordable for people to use and that way we will not be in this state again having NO places for the elderly.
It is god to see something being looked at for the elderly as we all get there one day, the homes which are due to close I be leave are not suitable in their current state and would not be able to be remodenised due to high costs and were in th emean time would the elderly go. YES build new places but at the same time make them affordable for people to use and that way we will not be in this state again having NO places for the elderly. ertnec
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10:23am Tue 15 Jan 13

markjoe says...

Its good to see the council actually thinking about this as there was a past story whereby the council where to closed the care homes before building new ones. At least this way there will be provisions for the elderly before moving them and only moving them once.
Its good to see the council actually thinking about this as there was a past story whereby the council where to closed the care homes before building new ones. At least this way there will be provisions for the elderly before moving them and only moving them once. markjoe
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10:37am Tue 15 Jan 13

Albion. says...

ertnec wrote:
It is god to see something being looked at for the elderly as we all get there one day, the homes which are due to close I be leave are not suitable in their current state and would not be able to be remodenised due to high costs and were in th emean time would the elderly go. YES build new places but at the same time make them affordable for people to use and that way we will not be in this state again having NO places for the elderly.
What has "god" got to do with it? :-)
It doesn't matter how affordable they are, if you've no money the state pays.
There is (or was) a place like this in Bingley, where you could tailor the amount of care that you received to suit your needs. In private hands I believe.
[quote][p][bold]ertnec[/bold] wrote: It is god to see something being looked at for the elderly as we all get there one day, the homes which are due to close I be leave are not suitable in their current state and would not be able to be remodenised due to high costs and were in th emean time would the elderly go. YES build new places but at the same time make them affordable for people to use and that way we will not be in this state again having NO places for the elderly.[/p][/quote]What has "god" got to do with it? :-) It doesn't matter how affordable they are, if you've no money the state pays. There is (or was) a place like this in Bingley, where you could tailor the amount of care that you received to suit your needs. In private hands I believe. Albion.
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11:27am Tue 15 Jan 13

The obvious says...

Short sighted morons wasting our money. Knock down old ones as funding is low and we cannot afford to maintain properties. Build new ones at extra cost.

Soon the new ones will be allowed to deteriorate and we'll have the leeches at the council wanting to build new ones

Waste of money by a waste of space council.

Well done Bradford council for wasting money.

Well done for doing nothing.

Well done to the smart people of Bradford for voting these people in again and again.
Short sighted morons wasting our money. Knock down old ones as funding is low and we cannot afford to maintain properties. Build new ones at extra cost. Soon the new ones will be allowed to deteriorate and we'll have the leeches at the council wanting to build new ones Waste of money by a waste of space council. Well done Bradford council for wasting money. Well done for doing nothing. Well done to the smart people of Bradford for voting these people in again and again. The obvious
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11:55am Tue 15 Jan 13

MontyLeMar says...

If old people are having difficulty selling their homes then maybe there ought to be a scheme where they sell to people like Incommunities or a Housing Association who can rent it out to suitable tenants with the rental income subsidising their stay in the care home. It is easy to sell a house, it's just that some people refuse to acknowledge there has been a property crash and are still asking pre-2008 prices.
If old people are having difficulty selling their homes then maybe there ought to be a scheme where they sell to people like Incommunities or a Housing Association who can rent it out to suitable tenants with the rental income subsidising their stay in the care home. It is easy to sell a house, it's just that some people refuse to acknowledge there has been a property crash and are still asking pre-2008 prices. MontyLeMar
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12:39pm Tue 15 Jan 13

scottie dog says...

A lot of the existing homes have been refurbished and updated a number of times over the years and have now reached the end of useful life and to spend more money trying to extend that life would be pouring money down the drain, fair play to the council for trying to make things better in the long run rather than demolishing the existing before building in some provision for the existing residents.
A lot of the existing homes have been refurbished and updated a number of times over the years and have now reached the end of useful life and to spend more money trying to extend that life would be pouring money down the drain, fair play to the council for trying to make things better in the long run rather than demolishing the existing before building in some provision for the existing residents. scottie dog
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12:40pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Andy2010 says...

MontyLeMar wrote:
If old people are having difficulty selling their homes then maybe there ought to be a scheme where they sell to people like Incommunities or a Housing Association who can rent it out to suitable tenants with the rental income subsidising their stay in the care home. It is easy to sell a house, it's just that some people refuse to acknowledge there has been a property crash and are still asking pre-2008 prices.
Please no....Im surrounded by couples that are elderly and the last thing I would want is Incommunites dumping their dross tenants in my area thus devaluing the houses and making it a horrible place to live
[quote][p][bold]MontyLeMar[/bold] wrote: If old people are having difficulty selling their homes then maybe there ought to be a scheme where they sell to people like Incommunities or a Housing Association who can rent it out to suitable tenants with the rental income subsidising their stay in the care home. It is easy to sell a house, it's just that some people refuse to acknowledge there has been a property crash and are still asking pre-2008 prices.[/p][/quote]Please no....Im surrounded by couples that are elderly and the last thing I would want is Incommunites dumping their dross tenants in my area thus devaluing the houses and making it a horrible place to live Andy2010
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1:33pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Albion. says...

Andy2010 wrote:
MontyLeMar wrote:
If old people are having difficulty selling their homes then maybe there ought to be a scheme where they sell to people like Incommunities or a Housing Association who can rent it out to suitable tenants with the rental income subsidising their stay in the care home. It is easy to sell a house, it's just that some people refuse to acknowledge there has been a property crash and are still asking pre-2008 prices.
Please no....Im surrounded by couples that are elderly and the last thing I would want is Incommunites dumping their dross tenants in my area thus devaluing the houses and making it a horrible place to live
You snobby git! :-).....Don't blame you.
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MontyLeMar[/bold] wrote: If old people are having difficulty selling their homes then maybe there ought to be a scheme where they sell to people like Incommunities or a Housing Association who can rent it out to suitable tenants with the rental income subsidising their stay in the care home. It is easy to sell a house, it's just that some people refuse to acknowledge there has been a property crash and are still asking pre-2008 prices.[/p][/quote]Please no....Im surrounded by couples that are elderly and the last thing I would want is Incommunites dumping their dross tenants in my area thus devaluing the houses and making it a horrible place to live[/p][/quote]You snobby git! :-).....Don't blame you. Albion.
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2:30pm Tue 15 Jan 13

SinnerSaint says...

The obvious wrote:
Short sighted morons wasting our money. Knock down old ones as funding is low and we cannot afford to maintain properties. Build new ones at extra cost.

Soon the new ones will be allowed to deteriorate and we'll have the leeches at the council wanting to build new ones

Waste of money by a waste of space council.

Well done Bradford council for wasting money.

Well done for doing nothing.

Well done to the smart people of Bradford for voting these people in again and again.
Blah blah blah. What a lot of noise you make Obvious.

Another educational article for you today on a grooming gang in Oxford. Obviously there were commuters from Bradford involved too.
[quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: Short sighted morons wasting our money. Knock down old ones as funding is low and we cannot afford to maintain properties. Build new ones at extra cost. Soon the new ones will be allowed to deteriorate and we'll have the leeches at the council wanting to build new ones Waste of money by a waste of space council. Well done Bradford council for wasting money. Well done for doing nothing. Well done to the smart people of Bradford for voting these people in again and again.[/p][/quote]Blah blah blah. What a lot of noise you make Obvious. Another educational article for you today on a grooming gang in Oxford. Obviously there were commuters from Bradford involved too. SinnerSaint
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2:43pm Tue 15 Jan 13

jr9814 says...

how stupid is that , they pull the homes down making carers unemployed and the stress of the families who have to rehome there relatives causing more upset , do we really need them ,build some council houses and home us for a change.just a jobs worth and a waste of money
how stupid is that , they pull the homes down making carers unemployed and the stress of the families who have to rehome there relatives causing more upset , do we really need them ,build some council houses and home us for a change.just a jobs worth and a waste of money jr9814
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4:33pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Andy2010 says...

The obvious wrote:
@sinnersaint

Why are you such a tw@t? Incest has these effects on inbreds like you. Shame the vet didn't let your mama abort her pregnancy.

Criminals are from all races and all walks of life.

You are just a low life loser of a racist. Blame the foreigners for all your woes. Thick basket.

Cheer up dear...the immigrants are breeding faster then your inbred fascist family and will soon take your benefits and your council houses.....what a sad basket you really are. No offence to other sad baskets.
If ALL religions are to be believed arent we all born from an incest relationship?

e.g. Adam & Eve had a child...in order to reproduce further they would have committed incest would they not?
[quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: @sinnersaint Why are you such a tw@t? Incest has these effects on inbreds like you. Shame the vet didn't let your mama abort her pregnancy. Criminals are from all races and all walks of life. You are just a low life loser of a racist. Blame the foreigners for all your woes. Thick basket. Cheer up dear...the immigrants are breeding faster then your inbred fascist family and will soon take your benefits and your council houses.....what a sad basket you really are. No offence to other sad baskets.[/p][/quote]If ALL religions are to be believed arent we all born from an incest relationship? e.g. Adam & Eve had a child...in order to reproduce further they would have committed incest would they not? Andy2010
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4:39pm Tue 15 Jan 13

The obvious says...

Andy2010 wrote:
The obvious wrote:
@sinnersaint

Why are you such a tw@t? Incest has these effects on inbreds like you. Shame the vet didn't let your mama abort her pregnancy.

Criminals are from all races and all walks of life.

You are just a low life loser of a racist. Blame the foreigners for all your woes. Thick basket.

Cheer up dear...the immigrants are breeding faster then your inbred fascist family and will soon take your benefits and your council houses.....what a sad basket you really are. No offence to other sad baskets.
If ALL religions are to be believed arent we all born from an incest relationship?

e.g. Adam & Eve had a child...in order to reproduce further they would have committed incest would they not?
Sinnersaint stopped evolving from a monkeys sh!t. The guy is deformed with his head up his anus whilst his brain was lost in the abortion bucket.
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: @sinnersaint Why are you such a tw@t? Incest has these effects on inbreds like you. Shame the vet didn't let your mama abort her pregnancy. Criminals are from all races and all walks of life. You are just a low life loser of a racist. Blame the foreigners for all your woes. Thick basket. Cheer up dear...the immigrants are breeding faster then your inbred fascist family and will soon take your benefits and your council houses.....what a sad basket you really are. No offence to other sad baskets.[/p][/quote]If ALL religions are to be believed arent we all born from an incest relationship? e.g. Adam & Eve had a child...in order to reproduce further they would have committed incest would they not?[/p][/quote]Sinnersaint stopped evolving from a monkeys sh!t. The guy is deformed with his head up his anus whilst his brain was lost in the abortion bucket. The obvious
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4:47pm Tue 15 Jan 13

The obvious says...

Look another one of sinnersaints dick'ed mates. These people are not English. These people who do such things are all idiots and should be hung to teach the rest of the stupid potentially law breaking people including the racists and fascists like sinnersaint,edl,bnp that we the English people,people of this land will not tolerate your ignorance or your crimes.


Woman slashed with knife during Shipley robbery

12:23pm Tuesday 15th January 2013 in News By Chris Tate, T&A Reporter

A knife-weilding robber slashed a woman’s hands to make her give up a purse as she left a Shipley fish and chip shop on Saturday night.

The 41-year-old woman was robbed at around 9.30pm as she walked to her car from the takeaway in Highfield Road She was approached by a man who demanded that she handed over her purse and then produced a knife.

The victim suffered cuts to her hand which required treatment as she tried to hang on to her purse, which contained a small amount of cash.

The suspect, described as white, about 5ft 10ins and of slim build ran off towards Willowfield Crescent.


He was wearing a dark hooded top and his face was covered during the attack.

The purse is described as a small, black plastic purse which folds over.

Acting Det Insp Stuart Lyons of Airedale and North Bradford CID, said: "This was clearly a distressing event for the victim and there is a need to apprehend this person as soon as possible.

"The suspect may have been hanging around the area before the incident and is known to have removed his face covering as he ran off.

“I would ask anyone who witnessed this incident or who has knowledge of it, to contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111."
Look another one of sinnersaints dick'ed mates. These people are not English. These people who do such things are all idiots and should be hung to teach the rest of the stupid potentially law breaking people including the racists and fascists like sinnersaint,edl,bnp that we the English people,people of this land will not tolerate your ignorance or your crimes. Woman slashed with knife during Shipley robbery 12:23pm Tuesday 15th January 2013 in News By Chris Tate, T&A Reporter A knife-weilding robber slashed a woman’s hands to make her give up a purse as she left a Shipley fish and chip shop on Saturday night. The 41-year-old woman was robbed at around 9.30pm as she walked to her car from the takeaway in Highfield Road She was approached by a man who demanded that she handed over her purse and then produced a knife. The victim suffered cuts to her hand which required treatment as she tried to hang on to her purse, which contained a small amount of cash. The suspect, described as white, about 5ft 10ins and of slim build ran off towards Willowfield Crescent. He was wearing a dark hooded top and his face was covered during the attack. The purse is described as a small, black plastic purse which folds over. Acting Det Insp Stuart Lyons of Airedale and North Bradford CID, said: "This was clearly a distressing event for the victim and there is a need to apprehend this person as soon as possible. "The suspect may have been hanging around the area before the incident and is known to have removed his face covering as he ran off. “I would ask anyone who witnessed this incident or who has knowledge of it, to contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111." The obvious
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5:36pm Tue 15 Jan 13

SinnerSaint says...

That's where I was directing poor Mr Obvious, Andy. He has been in denial for such a long time that being confronted with irrefutable proof seems to have tipped him over the edge LOL!
That's where I was directing poor Mr Obvious, Andy. He has been in denial for such a long time that being confronted with irrefutable proof seems to have tipped him over the edge LOL! SinnerSaint
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8:08pm Tue 15 Jan 13

The obvious says...

SinnerSaint wrote:
The obvious wrote:
@sinnersaint

Why are you such a tw@t? Incest has these effects on inbreds like you. Shame the vet didn't let your mama abort her pregnancy.

Criminals are from all races and all walks of life.

You are just a low life loser of a racist. Blame the foreigners for all your woes. Thick basket.

Cheer up dear...the immigrants are breeding faster then your inbred fascist family and will soon take your benefits and your council houses.....what a sad basket you really are. No offence to other sad baskets.
My dear Mr Obvious. I'm not blaming foreigners for everything as you well know. I have merely been pointing out to you that here in Bradford, certain crimes like gun and drugs for instance seem to be disproportionately committed by the a certain community.

I have backed this up with articles from this newspaper and google searches like "drug dealer Bradford". I'm still laughing at the images.

You responded by abusing me in a most amusing and insane manner and by pointing out an article relating to a lone paedophile from Holme Wood. It is common knowledge that there is an endemic problem within a certain community of organised gangs grooming, seriously abusing and trafficking young vulnerable underage girls. I was providing you with yet another example of this.

I hope you can come to terms with the truth in time but maybe some psychiatric treatment would help. You do seem to be a very fragile personality.

Best wishes.
Well you can't earn class like yours. Stay in the sh!t heap of your council flat.

I keep reminding you that we had a rather large world war to get rid of racist,fascists like you. You hide your evil thoughts and then jump on a band wagon. This is exactly the same type of fascist remarks Hitler made...he turned a nation into blind Jew haters. Ignorance is not the answer. But with you one can easily ignore your fascist,treachourous blah blah blah. If you really want to express your fascist opinions why don't you go to an Asian or black area and start blathering your crap....you won't as you are a coward who can only blame and jump on bandwagons.
yes we have problems in Bradford and west Yorkshire. These problems are in every city in every part of this country. These crimes are committed by all races and all classes.

Tits like you comment only to incite further hatred rather then educate people. The biggest drug dealers are ; read up on the opiate wars....these wars never ended as limited companies and banks took over the thuggery from the British military.

The biggest weapons suppliers are ; Britain,France,USA,I
srael,Russia and China...never mind the Caucasion run south American countries.

During the war, the American and the British elite sponsored and bank rolled Hitlers regimes. We have elements of people amongst us who are treachourous and should be treated under treason laws. You Mr know it all fall under that umbrella....you are not fit to be a British citizen nor are you fit to be considered a human. Your arguments have no substance, rather they are full of hatred.
I am from this land...I am proud and would die for this country and it's freedom.

You are a fascist...get it into your dumb arse where your brainless head is. One word for you...pathetic
[quote][p][bold]SinnerSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The obvious[/bold] wrote: @sinnersaint Why are you such a tw@t? Incest has these effects on inbreds like you. Shame the vet didn't let your mama abort her pregnancy. Criminals are from all races and all walks of life. You are just a low life loser of a racist. Blame the foreigners for all your woes. Thick basket. Cheer up dear...the immigrants are breeding faster then your inbred fascist family and will soon take your benefits and your council houses.....what a sad basket you really are. No offence to other sad baskets.[/p][/quote]My dear Mr Obvious. I'm not blaming foreigners for everything as you well know. I have merely been pointing out to you that here in Bradford, certain crimes like gun and drugs for instance seem to be disproportionately committed by the a certain community. I have backed this up with articles from this newspaper and google searches like "drug dealer Bradford". I'm still laughing at the images. You responded by abusing me in a most amusing and insane manner and by pointing out an article relating to a lone paedophile from Holme Wood. It is common knowledge that there is an endemic problem within a certain community of organised gangs grooming, seriously abusing and trafficking young vulnerable underage girls. I was providing you with yet another example of this. I hope you can come to terms with the truth in time but maybe some psychiatric treatment would help. You do seem to be a very fragile personality. Best wishes.[/p][/quote]Well you can't earn class like yours. Stay in the sh!t heap of your council flat. I keep reminding you that we had a rather large world war to get rid of racist,fascists like you. You hide your evil thoughts and then jump on a band wagon. This is exactly the same type of fascist remarks Hitler made...he turned a nation into blind Jew haters. Ignorance is not the answer. But with you one can easily ignore your fascist,treachourous blah blah blah. If you really want to express your fascist opinions why don't you go to an Asian or black area and start blathering your crap....you won't as you are a coward who can only blame and jump on bandwagons. yes we have problems in Bradford and west Yorkshire. These problems are in every city in every part of this country. These crimes are committed by all races and all classes. Tits like you comment only to incite further hatred rather then educate people. The biggest drug dealers are ; read up on the opiate wars....these wars never ended as limited companies and banks took over the thuggery from the British military. The biggest weapons suppliers are ; Britain,France,USA,I srael,Russia and China...never mind the Caucasion run south American countries. During the war, the American and the British elite sponsored and bank rolled Hitlers regimes. We have elements of people amongst us who are treachourous and should be treated under treason laws. You Mr know it all fall under that umbrella....you are not fit to be a British citizen nor are you fit to be considered a human. Your arguments have no substance, rather they are full of hatred. I am from this land...I am proud and would die for this country and it's freedom. You are a fascist...get it into your dumb arse where your brainless head is. One word for you...pathetic The obvious
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8:20pm Tue 15 Jan 13

The obvious says...

SinnerSaint wrote:
Blah blah blah. We are talking about Bradford here sweetness.

May I ask you again to google "drug dealer Bradford".

Case rested. Goodnight Mr Oblivious x
You are talking about Bradford. I'm talking about you you nazi lover. Don't cry too much on learning your reality. About time you crawled back under the rock
[quote][p][bold]SinnerSaint[/bold] wrote: Blah blah blah. We are talking about Bradford here sweetness. May I ask you again to google "drug dealer Bradford". Case rested. Goodnight Mr Oblivious x[/p][/quote]You are talking about Bradford. I'm talking about you you nazi lover. Don't cry too much on learning your reality. About time you crawled back under the rock The obvious
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11:26pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Andy2010 says...

Awesome
Awesome Andy2010
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2:13am Wed 16 Jan 13

The obvious says...

SinnerSaint wrote:
The other thing I find highly amusing is your constant references to Fascism, Nazis and Hitler.

Now let me see... a pathological desire to take over the world, an ideological intolerance of other faiths and cultures, an extreme hatred of Jews. What does that remind you of in the world right now? Wait a minute....
You
[quote][p][bold]SinnerSaint[/bold] wrote: The other thing I find highly amusing is your constant references to Fascism, Nazis and Hitler. Now let me see... a pathological desire to take over the world, an ideological intolerance of other faiths and cultures, an extreme hatred of Jews. What does that remind you of in the world right now? Wait a minute....[/p][/quote]You The obvious
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8:47am Wed 16 Jan 13

SinnerSaint says...

Oh no my friend. It would be impossible for me to be an Islamo-fascist.

Look that one up - more education for you. Always happy to help :-)
Oh no my friend. It would be impossible for me to be an Islamo-fascist. Look that one up - more education for you. Always happy to help :-) SinnerSaint
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8:53am Fri 18 Jan 13

BD16-And-Annoyed says...

No wonder unemployment is so bad in Bradford, the majority of comments have atrocious spelling!! Anyway, why not invest money into converting some already un-used buildings? Or is it better to just do what they did in Shipley....burn them down!
No wonder unemployment is so bad in Bradford, the majority of comments have atrocious spelling!! Anyway, why not invest money into converting some already un-used buildings? Or is it better to just do what they did in Shipley....burn them down! BD16-And-Annoyed
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