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On the Pope's decision to retire The Pope has worked very hard for the good. You have to take your retirement when you think the time is right, it would be God's will.

Esso Blue Why does Maureen Messent think it's time for a Black Pope? Googgle Dave Goodbye and good riddance. I hope a much more caring and moderate individual is chosen and humanity placed into Catholicism.

Kian KikiDoo Drury On the Poundland 'forced labour' ruling Good. Schemes like this are exploitative and a way for big corporations to get free labour in lieu of generating jobs. It is true that it is difficult to get a job without experience but it is also hard to get experience without a job. But people should still receive pay for their work, even if a portion is re-claimed by the job centre to cover the benefits paid in this time.

We don't want a return to the workhouses of old.

Jonathan Lambert What a joke. She should have been glad to have something to put on her miserable CV. A word of advice, love, from someone who is experienced in employing people: Go and emigrate because you have just rendered yourself unemployable in Britain. Who would want to take on someone like you? Dave Pickup
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Feb 14, 2013
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