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Ams statement
07 September 2016 21:52 Post ID: #1508693
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Our Statement after the Lewisham decision tonight...
the-ams.co.uk/ams-statement-…
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08 September 2016 09:47 Post ID: #1508724 - in reply to #1508693
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11 September 2016 22:43 Post ID: #1509156 - in reply to #1508693
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Police Presence vs Coventry on 10th September 2016

I am aware that fans have complained about their treatment by police in pubs before the match on Saturday 10th September and on the route to and from the ground.
If fans want to make a complaint or find out what more they can do, send your complaints to AMS and I will look through them and post a response on what I can do to help. I need to know:
What is your complaint?
Where did it happen?
Roughly what time?
Were you with adults or children or both? Ages of the children?
Are you a Millwall member or ST holder?
Did you know if this happened to Away fans as well?
Please also give AMS your name and contact details.
Contact details for Ams
Email:Officialamsgroup@gmail.com
Twitter @A_m_s_group

Thanks
Alison Gurden
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13 June 2017 18:38 Post ID: #1539285 - in reply to #1508693
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The Right Honourable Lord Dyson,
Chairman of New Bermondsey / Surrey Canal Independent Inquiry,
39 Essex Chambers,
81 Chancery Lane,
London,
WC2A 1DD
13-June 2017

Request for independent information to be submitted to the New Bermondsey / Surrey Canal inquiry

Dear Lord Dyson

The AMS (Association of Millwall Supporters) has actively followed developments in relation to the New Bermondsey regeneration scheme. Far from being opponents of a community wide regeneration scheme, we welcome the transformation of the area and any inclusion and economic safeguard this can provide to both Millwall Football Club and Millwall Community Trust.

We have assembled information directly relevant to the case history which we believe will be of interest to the independent inquiry.

We therefore request that the material accumulated by the AMS is given due consideration by the inquiry and request your agreement for AMS to submit its findings and would thereafter be available to attend an oral hearing if requested.

Yours sincerely,
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13 June 2017 19:05 Post ID: #1539290 - in reply to #1508693
Good hope it makes a difference but i guess it will be binned.
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13 June 2017 19:11 Post ID: #1539293 - in reply to #1539290
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Can't hurt, a good move I'd say.
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13 June 2017 19:40 Post ID: #1539295 - in reply to #1508693
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AMS

If you see Lord Dyson on your travels, any chance you could cut some kind of deal as to a discount on one of his hoovers? My Electrolux has gone to shit.

Cheers mate.
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13 June 2017 19:46 Post ID: #1539296 - in reply to #1508693
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What happened to Willows deposit.
Surely an OAP cannot afford to lose that amount.
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13 June 2017 20:17 Post ID: #1539301 - in reply to #1539296
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lionheart48 - 13/6/2017 19:46

What happened to Willows deposit.
Surely an OAP cannot afford to lose that amount.


That's a good question which requires an answer.

How much is a deposit?

Do you have to gain a percentage of the vote to reclaim it, or it based on a particular number of votes.

Did the AIMLESS lads come up with the readies?

Don't seem fair that a pensioner should foot the bill - unless of course she sold one of her, erm, sculptures.

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13 June 2017 21:00 Post ID: #1539314 - in reply to #1539301
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ParisWall - 13/6/2017 20:17

lionheart48 - 13/6/2017 19:46

What happened to Willows deposit.
Surely an OAP cannot afford to lose that amount.


That's a good question which requires an answer.

How much is a deposit?

Do you have to gain a percentage of the vote to reclaim it, or it based on a particular number of votes.

Did the AIMLESS lads come up with the readies?

Don't seem fair that a pensioner should foot the bill - unless of course she sold one of her, erm, sculptures.

:grin:


I think they left her in the lurch the poor old dear, she told me it was her winter heating allowance blown.
She had to sell that teapot with the three spouts to cover it
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13 June 2017 21:11 Post ID: #1539316 - in reply to #1539314
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lionheart48 - 13/6/2017 21:00


I think they left her in the lurch the poor old dear, she told me it was her winter heating allowance blown.
She had to sell that teapot with the three spouts to cover it :grin:


Well, I hope those shit-heads are proud of themselves!

I don't know if you have walked past the 'Studio' recently, but it looks bit like that camp in Calais that the Frogs got rid of.

Is her brother relatively well-off?

Perhaps he could sub her a couple of Bob.










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13 June 2017 21:18 Post ID: #1539321 - in reply to #1508693
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Is her brother relatively well-off?


He was but he's being sued right left and centre.
Apparently he got a load of women pregnant.
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15 June 2017 13:23 Post ID: #1539513 - in reply to #1539296
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lionheart48 - 13/6/2017 19:46

What happened to Willows deposit.
Surely an OAP cannot afford to lose that amount.



Wiki

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Since 1985 the deposit in elections to the House of Commons has been £500, which must be handed in, in cash, banker's draft, or other forms of legal tender, when the candidate submits nomination papers. It is refunded if the candidate gains 5% or more of the valid votes cast.


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There you have it - Willow is £500 out of pocket!

You just imagine the amount of Winsor & Newton Designers' Gouache she could buy with that kind of money?

I hope the A.I.M boys are proud of their actions - Heidi Alexander had a majority of 14,333 (now 21,123) for Christ's sake!





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15 June 2017 20:25 Post ID: #1539536 - in reply to #1539513
ParisWall - 15/6/2017 13:23

lionheart48 - 13/6/2017 19:46

What happened to Willows deposit.
Surely an OAP cannot afford to lose that amount.



Wiki

United Kingdom
Since 1985 the deposit in elections to the House of Commons has been £500, which must be handed in, in cash, banker's draft, or other forms of legal tender, when the candidate submits nomination papers. It is refunded if the candidate gains 5% or more of the valid votes cast.


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There you have it - Willow is £500 out of pocket!

You just imagine the amount of Winsor & Newton Designers' Gouache she could buy with that kind of money?

I hope the A.I.M boys are proud of their actions - Heidi Alexander had a majority of 14,333 (now 21,123) for Christ's sake!







Im sure the ams paid it for her they got enough in donations about 6 months ago anyway glad she gave it a go can only help our plight again the horrible scum at renewal.

Edited by waterloowacker 15/6/2017 20:26
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15 June 2017 22:32 Post ID: #1539552 - in reply to #1539536
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waterloowacker - 15/6/2017 20:25

ParisWall - 15/6/2017 13:23

lionheart48 - 13/6/2017 19:46

What happened to Willows deposit.
Surely an OAP cannot afford to lose that amount.



Wiki

United Kingdom
Since 1985 the deposit in elections to the House of Commons has been £500, which must be handed in, in cash, banker's draft, or other forms of legal tender, when the candidate submits nomination papers. It is refunded if the candidate gains 5% or more of the valid votes cast.


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There you have it - Willow is £500 out of pocket!

You just imagine the amount of Winsor & Newton Designers' Gouache she could buy with that kind of money?

I hope the A.I.M boys are proud of their actions - Heidi Alexander had a majority of 14,333 (now 21,123) for Christ's sake!







Im sure the ams paid it for her they got enough in donations about 6 months ago anyway glad she gave it a go can only help our plight again the horrible scum at renewal.


The day after the poll count she told Paris who treated her to bacon sandwich at the MIllwall cafe "that bunch of fuckers all left her at the town hall and Bob the brickie who was at every photo call wearing his company overalls had fucked off also" Gardensareus got more publicity than poor Willow.
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16 June 2017 07:37 Post ID: #1539565 - in reply to #1508693
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Bob the Brickie ? Is he still alive ? Since he stopped pontificating on here,
I'd assumed he had gone to the great compost heap in the sky.
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16 June 2017 08:11 Post ID: #1539567 - in reply to #1539565
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midway lion - 16/6/2017 07:37

Bob the Brickie ? Is he still alive ? Since he stopped pontificating on here,
I'd assumed he had gone to the great compost heap in the sky.


Yes, he's still knocking about.

I heard him on Achtung! Millwall around Easter time.

The only trouble were the acoustics; I reckon Nick had the mike set up in the gents lavatory at The Blue - lots of 'noises off' and shouts of "light and bitter, please darling."

Despite all the distractions, Bob did manage to get a plug in for Gardens-R-Us; he's doing a 100x40 ft lawn for forty quid, or three cuts for a ton.

He seemed in good spirits.





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