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How paedophiles...
March 02, 2014

NCCL's executive committee. Others, like Fletcher, felt such a move would give a licence to older men to prey on young girls. Into this permissive climate crept the PIE, a group that actively the organisation as possible … If we got bad publicity we would not run into a corner but stand and fight. We felt that the only way to get more paedophiles joining PIE … was to seek Swansea, Liverpool and Oxford . By 1978 PIE felt so...

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Judge sorry after PIE support claim
March 09, 2014
Liberties (NCCL), to which PIE was affiliated. Lord Justice Fulford, named last year as an adviser to the Queen, insisted that he has "always been deeply opposed to paedophilia" and felt " a campaign group set up to defend the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) while it openly called for the age of consent to be lowered to just four, the Mail on Sunday...
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Chancellor slashes Northern Ireland's slice of the pie
March 20, 2014
does reflect the recent warning from Finance Minister Simon Hamilton that Northern Ireland was facing even greater austerity than has been felt up until now.”
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PM To 'Eat Humble Pie' On China Visit
December 02, 2013
Chinese leadership, and he knows he needs to tread carefully. Politics and trade are delicately intertwined; and the dangers of ruffling Chinese feathers can be felt on the economic as well as the congratulating themselves on the scale of the welcome, they well know that it is all on condition that as far as Mr Cameron is concerned, humble pie is on the menu.
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'Why I will never eat...
May 02, 2014

eating a slice of pecan pie. I had never been diagnosed with a nut allergy but had a natural aversion to them when I was a child. I didn’t like the taste of nuts and knew they made my mouth tingle when I ate them. Aside from that, I had never had an allergic reaction. But during an Easter lunch at my grandmother’s in 2001, I politely said I would try some homemade pecan pie. It looked and I felt completely out of control as my arms and face started to swell...

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Crawley chef wins 4 awards at British pie-making contest
August 06, 2013
A COPTHORNE chef has had his fingers in so many pies that he was able to scoop four awards in a national pie-making competition. Sacha Gadd, 34, was recognised for his culinary capabilities at the British Pie Awards, held in Melton Mowbray, known across the world for its pork pies. At the time Sacha was working for Crawley-based company Jeanie Marshal Foods, who also won an...
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