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originally posted by: Kester
The criminal grapevine knows far more about police cuts than the average political commentator. They are mapping out the locations and numbers of actual constables able to respond. The general population are the intended victims of the planned crimes.
originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: Kester
...don't call the police for every and or any issue we handle problems as they arise.
Perhaps our dear Home Secretary can ... go out on the beat, night duty, in one of London’s busy boroughs ...
"Dear" and "Home Secretary" should only be used together in respect of a formal address, whilst demanding her resignation. In a strange old way I
actually sympathise with Theresa, but she needs to look to her own initiative instead of taking the brunt of her superiors' dirty work. At the current
rate, she's going to have an awful reputation in the years to come, but I'd like to think that in reality she's not so cold at heart as she comes
across to be.
I actually feel that we, as in society, have been doing pretty well considering the ridiculous cuts. The big question, which the topic title may be alluding to, is how unsustainable might this be? I actually told a cop not too long ago that their powers are being eroded and he didn't offer much of a response.
I'll look further into this because it's quite a personal matter for me.