Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Michael “Mick” & Mairead Philpott

Six of their children tragically died in a fire at their small semi-detached home in Allenton, Derby in May 2012. They blamed everyone but themselves and were rightly convicted of manslaughter. “Shameless Mick,” a father of 17 by five women, and his wife are certainly prime examples of all that is wrong about Britain today.

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  1. Yes, and they will be pilloried to hell while nice middle-class doctors Kate and Gerry McCann are hero-worshipped in certain quarters.
    As an aside, I missed the Philpott Press Conference, but my 12 year old saw it and said “Mum, they are lying. They are involved”.
    What an astute boy!
    What I’d love to know is, what kind of woman would fight over Mr Philpott?!?

  2. Weird init! If this was a Muslim family or a black african family in the UK today, sweet fuck all would have been said about theses family’s and the ten’s of thousands of children they have each year!? That’s all whats wrong in Britain today, and the “Asshole” licking New Age press’?!

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