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Justice for offenders and the poor replaced by revenge under Clarke’s new proposals

Justice for offenders and the poor replaced by revenge under Clarke’s new proposals

Justice is being thrown out of the window and in its place a form of state revenge is taking over. The poor, prisoners, ex-offenders and those who speak up against the government are amongst those most affected. In its latest bid to take further revenge on those who break the Law as well as to…

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Prisoners falsely categorised as prison system fights Clarke

Prisoners falsely categorised as prison system fights Clarke

Following Ken Clarke’s announcement that he intends to cut the prison population, governors, probation officers and others appear to be falsely assessing prison risk levels of those in custody amid fears of job losses and prison closures. The result of this war with government ministers responsible for the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is that many…

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Anti Europe MPs misleading the public over EU in bid to return to Thatcherism

Anti Europe MPs misleading the public over EU in bid to return to Thatcherism

With another recession looming over the UK (if such a recession is not already here, though many think it is), ministers are worried that there could be more riots and social unrest, perhaps on an even greater scale than that which was seen during 2010. As businesses close and people run out of money, the…

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1,000 police officers and Police Support Officers have criminal records

1,000 police officers and Police Support Officers have criminal records

Freedom of Information requests have revealed that there are over 1,000 or more police officers and PCSOs who have a criminal record serving in Britain’s police forces. Some forces did not respond so the number may be even higher. Obviously, not all police officers are bad but it has also been revealed that over the…

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Families suffer increasing hardship as Cameron spends on Olympics and Jubilee

Families suffer increasing hardship as Cameron spends on Olympics and Jubilee

As recession returns to Britain, the Prime Minister and other wealthy MPs are concerning themselves with the glories of the Olympics and the Queen’s Jubilee whilst the Bank of England’s warnings over inflation and recession are quietly ignored, prices rise and ordinary people find themselves unable to pay essential bills. The Governor of the Bank…

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