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  • Cook fails in bid to keep students out

    ROBIN Cook, the former foreign secretary, lost his battle yesterday to prevent students from moving into a flat in the Edinburgh tenement block where he lives.


    Read the whole news story online at NFHiB.

  • #2
    Oh dear how sad...........



    maybe when the students move in he will come and join the site!!!!! :P



    then maybe him and his MP mates will do something to actually help the victims of NFH!!!



    ggggggrrrrrrrr :banghead:

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    • #3
      And to be fair, Mr Cook, don't see how students should pose any more of a security risk than anyone else, and neither are all students necessarily noisy

      Sapph

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      • #4
        Perhaps we could invite him to look at NFHiB, so that he can fully appreciate how widespread NFH are and the damage that they cause to us ordinary folk?



        Mr Cook, the MP for Livingston, has lived on and off at the flat
        Hmm, must be alright for some... How many of us have somewhere else to go to get away from our NFH?

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        • #5
          Referring to their wild student social life in her book, A Slight and Delicate Creature, Mrs Cook wrote: "I lived in a two-floored flat in Inverleith Row, where we troubled neighbours for three years. The rooms were huge, high-ceilinged, designed for gracious living. It was ideal for parties."


          Is karma about to work it's magic? I do hope so



          Misty
          "Almost anything you do will seem insignificant, but it is very important that you do it. You must be the change that you wish to see in the world." Gandhi

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