Home Office–A Rule Unto Themselves? Surely Not

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  1. julieanneda says:

    I interpret that response as: they won’t let on because the truth could adversely affect the gvt policy = we know it’s mad but if we put our heads up our arses we can say we weren’t able to see HOW mad.

  2. Dunnickin says:

    Risk Assessment? on something as massively important as this? Are you nuts?
    This was WAY too precious to deserve a poxy risk assessment.Now stop being a nuisance and run along there’s a good fellow.

  3. ‘Home Office a rule unto themselves’? It is far, FAR worse than that. Some of us have evidence of serious crime by those on The State payroll. We try to report it to the police, who SHOULD record it & investigate. Unfortunately, most of the police are as corrupt as those we are reporting, & are determined the crimes will never be investigated. At best they send the whistle-blower away with a flea in his/her ear.
    But it can be much worse than that: They are likely to arrest the whistle-blower on some trumped up charge & have him put away to silence him. Having suffered that, I speak from experience. To escape more of the same, at the age of 86 I was forced to flee the land of my birth – THE LAND FOR WHICH I FOUGHT IN WW2 – to seek safety in the Republic of Ireland.
    Norman Scarth, Veteran of the Arctic Convoys of WW2 (see http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-21845753 )
    PS: If you REALLY want to know more, email me at againstcorruption@hotmail.co.uk .

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