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Sex offender policies misleading, under-funded and potentially disastrous

Sex offender policies misleading, under-funded and potentially disastrous

Legal sources have told TheOpinionSite.org that the government is failing in its duty to rehabilitate sex offenders by cutting spending on vital offending behaviour courses, choosing instead to spend taxpayer’s money on misleading policies designed to convince the public that the government is protecting children when in fact it is not really doing so at…

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Christmas retail sales up as debt spreads and families and the country fall apart

Christmas retail sales up as debt spreads and families and the country fall apart

Yesterday, known as ‘manic Saturday’, was the busiest shopping day of the year. Much to the delight of some retailers, high street sales were about 5% up on last year as shoppers who don’t have any money of their own did a great job of spending cash that belongs to the banks. The increased sales…

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Report by HMIC shows that the public believe police are corrupt

Report by HMIC shows that the public believe police are corrupt

According to a report into police corruption in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, at least a third of the public believe that the police have a “problem with corruption”. In particular, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) says there is a lack of clarity about the boundaries in relationships between police and third parties, especially…

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Cameron at Euro crisis summit with UK isolated, ignored, hated and insignificant

Cameron at Euro crisis summit with UK isolated, ignored, hated and insignificant

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron is off to Brussels today to join other European leaders at a summit convened in order to save the Euro. Mr. Cameron, who is under significant pressure from anti-European Tory backbenchers, will find himself representing a Britain which is now isolated, ignored, hated and to a large extent, completely…

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Police ‘thug in uniform’ gets job back despite damning video evidence

Police ‘thug in uniform’ gets job back despite damning video evidence

A police sergeant whose force was warned that he was a ‘thug in uniform’ is to be reinstated to his former position, despite damning video evidence that shows him allegedly mistreating a prisoner. Sgt Mark Andrews was dismissed by Wiltshire Police after being seen on CCTV in July 2008 dragging Pamela Somerville, 60, across the…

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