The possible failure of the Pareto criterion to evaluate the welfare consequences of control contests involving white knights
would require an appraisal of the contest through the weaker criterion of the K-H principle.
Yes we are rivals, and we will be, but we are talking about the rights for football fans," said a leading member of the White Knights
, who spoke to Daily News Egypt on the condition of anonymity.
Below, members of the White Knights
, voluntary medical supplies couriers, the choir's chosen charity this year, from left, Keith Saunders, Terry Dutchburn and trustee, Alan Bonami.
RIDING TO SUCCESS: Members of the White Knights
, voluntary medical supplies couriers, from left: Keith Saunders, Terry Dutchburn and trustee Alan Bonami with a 650cc Honda Deauville bought from donated funds (AC130811Cwhte-01) Purchase: www.
The White Knights
wrote on their Facebook page: "We swear to God, that [those who killed you] will not enjoy their lives, until revenge is taken.
These White Knights
are providing a service you might need one day.
has been set up by a team including Paul Stothart, managing director of Holmfirth personal injury firm Claims Today.
The White Knights
were set up by West Yorkshire Advanced Motorcyclist members Vic Donaldson, from Batley, and Vic Siswick, of Rastrick.
Former General Prosecutor Hisham Barakat previously claimed that Muslim Brotherhood members provided the Ultras White Knights
, fans affiliated to Cairo's Al-Zamalek football club, with money and explosive materials to incite the riots and violence that led to the killings, in addition to attacking and injuring police forces and burning a police car.
85 cheque was the result of 12 months of fundraising in store for The White Knights
, who provide out-of-hours transsport for blood supplies between hospitals.
This includes the relaxation of the required ownership level of white knights
in banks being rescued.
Rob Adams, of the White Knights
, said: "The drawing is stunning and will make a great contribution to our fundraising efforts.