PLEB


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PLEBPeople's Law Enforcement Board (Philippines)
PLEBPocket Linux Embedded Box
PLEBPost-LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure) Endocervical Brush
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If he thinks the police are plebs what does he really think of voters?
The MP, who resigned as whip a month after the altercation, had denied saying: "Best you learn your f*** place - you don't run this f*** government - you're f*** plebs.
Mr Mitchell, who resigned as whip a month after the altercation, vehemently denied during his two-week libel action against News Group Newspapers (NGN) that he had said: "Best you learn your f*** place - you don't run this f*** government - you're f*** plebs.
Under the measure, Section 43 of RA 6975 as amended by Section 66 of RA 8551 is further amended to include the sentence, "A municipality with less than five hundred (500) police personnel shall utilize the PLEB of the nearest municipality.
But the cops now guarding Downing Street know Pleb is a word used in cursing.
BY definition, a pleb is a member of the common people - a term that applies as much to Mitchell as to any police officer.
That anonymity was brutally ended in September last year with a front page headline in the Sun which shouted: "Top cop calls for Tory Chief Whip to quit over pleb rant.
PLEB row minister Andrew Mitchell will soon come face-to-face in court with the constituent who allegedly threatened to kill him.
I'VE never called anyone a pleb, certainly not a police officer.
The generation gap has also worsened the PLEB problem, with 72 percent of 18-24 year olds confident at joining a wifi network and 77 percent able to install a printer on a computer.