It’s All The Police’s Fault (No It Isn’t)

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  1. Soontobegone says:

    Let’s be honest the government won. An excellent campaign in Propoganda destroyed emergency and public services. The people who voted for them believed the hype, you know gold plated pensions etc, and only now they realise what a bad choice they made. However it is too late and all that has changed is either gone forever or will take years to reinstate.

    Would Labour have done any better?
    I don’t know but l think they would have protected the emergency services police and Nhs more.

    Ask the questions, if the Tori policies were so good, where is all the money that was saved and why is the deficit larger than it has ever been?

    Think carefully next time you vote!

    • Alan says:

      Couldn’t disagree with a single word there

    • Rufus says:

      No way will this be the end of it. Some parts of the UK already have private security patrols and I believe this is the end game. Civilianisation was the creeping beginnings to test the waters (PCSOs, council wardens, etc) and then when the public get used to being told what to do by untrained civilians in uniform then bring in private security. It won’t be long before forces and councils outsource their uniformed civilians to the likes of G4S or even the lowest bidder and that’s where the real problems will start. Imagine shaven headed bully boys, completely ignorant of the law, pushing people around with little or no accountability and then shouting up for the few constables left when they don’t get their way or it goes wrong. Youtube is full of these private goons. Policing & Security nor the safety of the public shouldn’t be allowed to fall into the hands of these rich corporations.

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