Something Is Rotten In The State Of Britain

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  1. Val Evans says:

    I thought that whilst rank has its privileges, it also has responsibilities, in that an Officer does not expect other people to do something they are not prepared to do themselves. There is also the belief amongst (I thought) all Police Officers that you always back up another Officer in peril. Mackey – and the very Senior Officers defending him – disprove all that. They are quite happy to send other Officers into dangerous situations, so long as they are safe, and they won’t back up another – junior, of course – Officer in peril. How can this be called Leadership – making it clear to the “lower ranks” that they are regarded as cannon fodder and not worthy of a single moment’s thought?

  2. Mike Speakman says:

    I am a retired police officer and I agree with the above. I have got involved in politics, I will not sit back and let our dishonest Tory and Labour politicians go unchallenged. If you feel the same, don’t sit by, get involved.

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