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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/02/british-policing-potentially-perilous-state-damning-report-warns/ Policing in Britain is in a "potentially perious" state with tens of thousands of suspec… Read More
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/02/british-policing-potentially-perilous-state-damning-report-warns/

Policing in Britain is in a "potentially perious" state with tens of thousands of suspects of crime roaming free in the community, a damning report has found.

The policing watchdog has issued an unprecedented warning about the shortage of detectives and investigators, saying it amounted to a "national crisis".

And here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39135300
Some police forces are putting the public at an unacceptable risk by rationing their response as they struggle with cutbacks, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary warns.
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What's going on, read below, conflicting messages?!
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Give them more £20 notes ?! I am confused, yesterday they got time to do stuff like that lady with £20 note and today they have no time to so nearly 46,000 wanted suspects on the police database? Is there to trash this report by priming gulliable media and social media with £20 plot at a shop, a conspriracy?
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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#1
nothing new if they arrest them all they will be out of jobs
3 Likes #2
The police try their best to lock up crooks only for the judges to throw them back on the streets with a little smacked wrist.

I would say the system is skewed in favour of keeping the £100 an hour legal teams in lucrative business.

Give a Judge a crook and he can feed himself for a day. Send the Crook out with a suspended sentence and you can feed the Judge for a lifetime.
#3
splatsplatsplat
The police try their best to lock up crooks only for the judges to throw them back on the streets with a little smacked wrist.
I would say the system is skewed in favour of keeping the £100 an hour legal teams in lucrative business.
Give a Judge a crook and he can feed himself for a day. Send the Crook out with a suspended sentence and you can feed the Judge for a lifetime.
lol, saying the crook is the fish and the fisherman is the judge and police.

Edited By: splender on Mar 02, 2017 11:33
1 Like #4
Cameron and then Home Secretary May broke the police. This is the outcome of their work.
1 Like #5
The next thing i reckon Tories will privatise is The Police.

Edited By: themachman on Mar 02, 2017 15:46
1 Like #6
I wonder who is watching those 400 people who have returned to the UK after fighting for ISIS abroad.
#7
webtrawler
I wonder who is watching those 400 people who have returned to the UK after fighting for ISIS abroad.

The Jobcentre? :D
#8
It must be disheartening for the police to arrest the same person for the same type of crime time and time again. If the the justice system worked there would be no career criminals and the police wouldn't so stretched.
1 Like #9
splatsplatsplat
The police try their best to lock up crooks only for the judges to throw them back on the streets with a little smacked wrist.
I would say the system is skewed in favour of keeping the £100 an hour legal teams in lucrative business.
Give a Judge a crook and he can feed himself for a day. Send the Crook out with a suspended sentence and you can feed the Judge for a lifetime.

It's little to do with the Judges though isn't it? Don't they just hand out sentences per Home Office guidance? and they are appointed by the people we put in charge, so in effect, its YOUR fault!! :)
1 Like #10
frakison
splatsplatsplat
The police try their best to lock up crooks only for the judges to throw them back on the streets with a little smacked wrist.
I would say the system is skewed in favour of keeping the £100 an hour legal teams in lucrative business.
Give a Judge a crook and he can feed himself for a day. Send the Crook out with a suspended sentence and you can feed the Judge for a lifetime.
It's little to do with the Judges though isn't it? Don't they just hand out sentences per Home Office guidance? and they are appointed by the people we put in charge, so in effect, its YOUR fault!! :)
I knew it was Splatsplatsplat all along. :3X)
#11
Too much paper work and not enough visible deferent
2 Likes #12
themachman
The next thing i reckon Tories will privatise is The Police.
Labor started it with using G4S for the prisons, and some private policing functions.
Like they did with the NHS, with private catering contracts and cleaning contracts.

Let's not make this post political, if you look back over the last 30 years, Labour privatised more then any other government, PFI school and government buildings that are costing us a fortune at the moment etc..

They only feather their own nests and their own interests, champagne socialists.
#13
Chiptivo
themachman
The next thing i reckon Tories will privatise is The Police.
Labor started it with using G4S for the prisons, and some private policing functions.
Like they did with the NHS, with private catering contracts and cleaning contracts.
Let's not make this post political, if you look back over the last 30 years, Labour privatised more then any other government, PFI school and government buildings that are costing us a fortune at the moment etc..
They only feather their own nests and their own interests, champagne socialists.
Yes but you cant keep on blaming labour,conservatives have been in for 7 years and not changed a thing.oh and conservatives invented PFI and are continuing to use them.not supporting either by the way.
1 Like #14
Error440
Too much paper work and not enough visible deferent

Too much liberal intervention making excuses for scum who need to be put down and not enough police. From what I've seen and heard nowadays, the Police are there to take crap and act like social workers!!
#15
frakison
Error440
Too much paper work and not enough visible deferent
Too much liberal intervention making excuses for scum who need to be put down and not enough police. From what I've seen and heard nowadays, the Police are there to take crap and act like social workers!!
That's quite some social working with them tasers. You like them social working tools.
#16
Remember that the police's real job is to make sure that you don't commit a thought crime, catching criminals is hard work and possibly racist.

Glasgow Police Twitter
1 Like #17
splender
frakison
Error440
Too much paper work and not enough visible deferent
Too much liberal intervention making excuses for scum who need to be put down and not enough police. From what I've seen and heard nowadays, the Police are there to take crap and act like social workers!!
That's quite some social working with them tasers. You like them social working tools.

Yeah, because they use tasers all the time dont they...:{ if you were in a situation where you were being threatened, would you not use the tools you've been given to control it? How many law abiding people, minding their own business have been tased?
#18
themachman
Yes but you cant keep on blaming labour,conservatives have been in for 7 years and not changed a thing.

Unemployment was at 9.9% when Labour were kicked out.
It is now at 4.8%

This is a switch from payment benefits to 2 million people, to these 2 million people paying NI and TAX.
I consider that a great achievement.

I just want to add.. Whilst researching these figures, I have just read that EVERY labour government in the UK since time began has left office with unemployment higher than when they entered.
Says a lot for creating an environment for growth and investment.
#19
Chiptivo
themachman
Yes but you cant keep on blaming labour,conservatives have been in for 7 years and not changed a thing.
Unemployment was at 9.9% when Labour were kicked out.
It is now at 4.8%
This is a switch from payment benefits to 2 million people, to these 2 million people paying NI and TAX.
I consider that a great achievement.
I just want to add.. Whilst researching these figures, I have just read that EVERY labour government in the UK since time began has left office with unemployment higher than when they entered.
Says a lot for creating an environment for growth and investment.
Marvelous but dont forget the increase in food banks,homelessness,sanctions,poverty,zero corporation tax on big businesses,the list is endless
#20
Chiptivo
themachman
Yes but you cant keep on blaming labour,conservatives have been in for 7 years and not changed a thing.
Unemployment was at 9.9% when Labour were kicked out.
It is now at 4.8%
This is a switch from payment benefits to 2 million people, to these 2 million people paying NI and TAX.
I consider that a great achievement.
I just want to add.. Whilst researching these figures, I have just read that EVERY labour government in the UK since time began has left office with unemployment higher than when they entered.
Says a lot for creating an environment for growth and investment.
They are all sub-standard in leadership, since 1945, the £ has been dropping and dropping in value, no single government has done anything in production, industrial output, GDP, exports to boot the value of the UK PLC. The £ was 5$ now £ is $1.25. If they are any good the £1 should be worth $3.
#21
Christ , it rained really hard yesterday, bloody tory Gov ...
Also £ vs Arg Peso or Venez $ or Cuban lira ?

Edited By: GwanGy on Mar 07, 2017 16:59
1 Like #22
themachman
Chiptivo
themachman
The next thing i reckon Tories will privatise is The Police.
Labor started it with using G4S for the prisons, and some private policing functions.
Like they did with the NHS, with private catering contracts and cleaning contracts.
Let's not make this post political, if you look back over the last 30 years, Labour privatised more then any other government, PFI school and government buildings that are costing us a fortune at the moment etc..
They only feather their own nests and their own interests, champagne socialists.
Yes but you cant keep on blaming labour,conservatives have been in for 7 years and not changed a thing.oh and conservatives invented PFI and are continuing to use them.not supporting either by the way.

Last time I checked all but one of the hospital PFI deals were signed by Labour. Corbyn even apologised for the 300-billion his party is going to cost the UK taxpayer. 
Alfred Nobel invented dynamite, are we going to blame him for all the deaths, misery and suffering that invention has caused?
#23
splender
Chiptivo
themachman
Yes but you cant keep on blaming labour,conservatives have been in for 7 years and not changed a thing.
Unemployment was at 9.9% when Labour were kicked out.
It is now at 4.8%
This is a switch from payment benefits to 2 million people, to these 2 million people paying NI and TAX.
I consider that a great achievement.
I just want to add.. Whilst researching these figures, I have just read that EVERY labour government in the UK since time began has left office with unemployment higher than when they entered.
Says a lot for creating an environment for growth and investment.
They are all sub-standard in leadership, since 1945, the £ has been dropping and dropping in value, no single government has done anything in production, industrial output, GDP, exports to boot the value of the UK PLC. The £ was 5$ now £ is $1.25. If they are any good the £1 should be worth $3.

A graphical history of the £/$ Exchange Rate 1915-2016

http://www.miketodd.net/encyc/dollhist.htm

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