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Tag: criminals

April 9, 2016

Policing the police

by Matthew Steeples

Rooms offered to rent in redundant Chelsea police station

September 17, 2015

Opening up

by Matthew Steeples

Knightsbridge residents have a right to peace but they should not have the right to stop legitimate businesses such as Harrods running a restaurant that will serve both locals and visitors

August 22, 2014

Arab avoidance

by Matthew Steeples

UAE issues map telling their citizens of which areas of London to avoid   Supercar hating busybody Panda Morgan-Thomas will be delighted. The UAE have issued a “map of the dangerous areas of London” and it includes Knightsbridge.

August 1, 2014

Harrowing Harris

by Matthew Steeples

Paedophile Rolf Harris launches bid to overturn his conviction   Rolf Harris’ lawyers have lodged papers at the Court of Appeal as part of an attempt to overturn his recent conviction on 12 counts of indecent assault – indication, surely, that the arrogance of this Australian monster plainly hasn’t faded as he sits rotting in … Continue reading “Harrowing Harris”

July 18, 2014

Alarmingly useless

by Matthew Steeples

The most pointless invention in history has to be the car alarm   Car alarms have to be the most annoying and pointless inventions ever created.

February 15, 2014

Chaneling the VAT in Chelsea

by Matthew Steeples

Another pair of Chelsea fraudsters bite the dust   The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, as we’ve repeatedly pointed out, attracts criminals and the case of the latest dodgy pair to come to our attention won’t surprise many of our readers sadly. Meet Emmanuel and Behnaz Scotts, a duo who funded a “high rolling … Continue reading “Chaneling the VAT in Chelsea”

November 5, 2013

Prycing a job

by Matthew Steeples

Ex-jailbird Vicky Pryce employs a former prisoner as her PA   Vicky Pryce plainly has no desire to fade from the limelight. Having served two months of an eight month sentence herself, the shameless  ex-wife of Chris Huhne has employed a female former prisoner as her personal assistant.

August 17, 2013

Notorious addresses

by Matthew Steeples

Can the former homes of notorious criminals ever really be ‘bargains?   In recent days many newspapers have featured the sale of the apartment where Dennis Nilson committed several murders. Most refer to it as a ‘bargain’, but are such places truly really the deals they’re made out to be?

May 20, 2013

A reply from Christine Assange

by Matthew Steeples

Julian Assange’s mother takes to Twitter to reply to our article   Yesterday, we urged Julian Assange to end his near year long stay at the Ecuadorean Embassy in Knightsbridge. It has cost around £4.2 million to police and is in our view a ludicrous waste of money and an example of the irresponsible arrogance … Continue reading “A reply from Christine Assange”

November 18, 2012

All work and no bunga bunga makes Versace a good boy

by Matthew Steeples

A Modernist masterpiece based upon simple rationalism   Two buildings were designed by architects Carlo di Carli and Antonio Carminati in 1953 – 1954 in Milan’s Via dei Giardini. Both are considered Modernist masterpieces and both stand proudly in this, the city’s only tree lined street.   Carlo di Carli (1910 – 1999) is considered … Continue reading “All work and no bunga bunga makes Versace a good boy”

November 1, 2012

Andrey Borodin

by Matthew Steeples

This billionaire former president of the Bank of Moscow lives in exile in London and is on the Interpol Red Notices wanted list as a suspect in a £136 million (13 billion rouble) fraud.

May 18, 2012

Dmitry Rybolovlev

by Matthew Steeples

This billionaire businessman started out in medicine but soon moved into commerce realising that enterprise would better provide for his family. He was imprisoned on falsified charges of contract murder for 11 months in 1996. Subsequently cleared, Rybolovlev then went on to make his fortune in potassium and banking. This divorced father of two has … Continue reading “Dmitry Rybolovlev”

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