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London riots – the result of two generations of excessive child protection

London riots – the result of two generations of excessive child protection

TheOpinionSite.org suggests that it should come as no surprise to anyone that so many of those participating in the London riots are so-called “children”. Over the past 25 years, children and teenagers have been taught that they are a protected species, that nothing is their fault and that no adult can take any sanction against them.…

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London riots again as hatred of police and social unrest grows

London riots again as hatred of police and social unrest grows

London saw more riots yesterday, this time in Tottenham, with police cars being set alight and resulting in more than 40 people being arrested. Meanwhile, the ever more pompous Home Secretary,Theresa May condemned the violence without giving any heed whatsoever as to its cause. She said: “Such disregard for public safety and property will not…

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Yet more police corruption as Cleveland chief and deputy are arrested

Yet more police corruption as Cleveland chief and deputy are arrested

The arrest of the Chief Constable of Cleveland and his deputy is yet more proof, were it needed, that the higher up the police promotional ladder one looks, the more police corruption one is likely to find. Indeed, TheOpinionSite.org feels that it is time to ask the question, “Are the UK police institutionally corrupt?” Whilst…

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IPP sentence reform will only be possible if MPs are courageous

IPP sentence reform will only be possible if MPs are courageous

Despite the recent lull in hostilities, the ongoing conflict within government regarding the reform of IPP sentences and a prison sentences in general is set to continue for some time. As the government gets itself further embroiled in arguments about tabloid newspapers and their undue influence on policy making, the war over penal reform has…

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Changes to sex offenders register may be unlawful

Changes to sex offenders register may be unlawful

The government’s proposed changes to the notification requirements for UK sex offenders (Sex Offenders Register) may be unlawful. TheOpinionSite.org can reveal that the lack of independence and impartiality of the police, the retrospective nature of any changes that may be made and claims that the requirements are disproportionate are, according to reliable sources, all under…

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Police incompetence may prevent questioning of Brooks and Murdochs

Police incompetence may prevent questioning of Brooks and Murdochs

The blundering incompetence of the police which was demonstrated on Sunday with the arrest of Rebekah Brooks is almost impossible to believe. The timing of Mrs Brooks’ arrest has led some conspiracy theorists to suggest that the arrest was made in order to protect the police themselves. This however is unlikely and what we are…

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Rebekah Brooks resigns – and not a moment too soon

Rebekah Brooks resigns – and not a moment too soon

The poisonous ‘Queen of Fleet Street’, Rebekah brooks has at last resigned as CEO of News International. Most people, including TheOpinionSite.org will wish her good riddance. The most poisonous woman in the press and media world had finally become the story – a situation that has been damaging Rupert Murdoch and his parent company News…

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Murdoch withdraws BSkyB bid and may ditch UK papers as well

Murdoch withdraws BSkyB bid and may ditch UK papers as well

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp has withdrawn its bid to take over the profit generating broadcaster BSkyB. There is now speculation that with the new proposals for regulation put forward today by the government and opposition and also the in depth criminal investigation now under way, Murdoch may finally decide that the UK is no longer…

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IPP sentence reforms in danger as Cameron fears tabloid backlash

IPP sentence reforms in danger as Cameron fears tabloid backlash

Westminster sources close to Number 10 have revealed that weak Prime Minister David Cameron is so worried about the political effects of a tabloid led backlash to the proposed reforms of the IPP sentence, that he is reconsidering whether or not to reverse the government’s stated intention to get rid of it. The recent announcement…

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Save us from the wretched, mind-numbing tabloid mentality designed for idiots

Save us from the wretched, mind-numbing tabloid mentality designed for idiots

As regular subscribers will be aware, I am no great fan of tabloid newspapers. They have far too much influence on otherwise normal thinking people, distort the values and realities of real life and worst of all, seem to have an almost godlike hold over politicians. Speak to any MP and they will tell you…

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