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Post by Ben Reilly on Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:46 pm

Prime Minister Theresa May has not listened to police concerns about knife crime, a former head of the Metropolitan Police has said.

Mrs May said the deaths of young people were "appalling" as she announced an upcoming summit on knife crime.

But Lord Stevens told the BBC: "I don't think she listens, quite frankly, to what she's being told."

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mrs May was not doing enough to tackle the root causes of knife crime.

Senior party members, including London Mayor Sadiq Khan and shadow policing minister Louise Haigh, have written to the PM calling for 10,000 new police officers to help tackle youth violence.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47472928

Just to put this into perspective - the town I'm staying in right now has no police department and over 10,000 residents.

The town of Richland Hills in Texas has a police department with over 200 people working there, including support staff and administrators.

The lack of police in the UK is startling to an outsider such as myself.

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Post by smelly-bandit on Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:01 pm

>THE Ben Reilly< wrote:
Prime Minister Theresa May has not listened to police concerns about knife crime, a former head of the Metropolitan Police has said.

Mrs May said the deaths of young people were "appalling" as she announced an upcoming summit on knife crime.

But Lord Stevens told the BBC: "I don't think she listens, quite frankly, to what she's being told."

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mrs May was not doing enough to tackle the root causes of knife crime.

Senior party members, including London Mayor Sadiq Khan and shadow policing minister Louise Haigh, have written to the PM calling for 10,000 new police officers to help tackle youth violence.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47472928

Just to put this into perspective - the town I'm staying in right now has no police department and over 10,000 residents.

The town of Richland Hills in Texas has a police department with over 200 people working there, including support staff and administrators.

The lack of police in the UK is startling to an outsider such as myself.

if you want police then all you have to do is say something politicall incorrect about the trannies on twitter

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/arrests-for-offensive-facebook-and-twitter-posts-soar-in-london-a7064246.html

the police have abandoned fighting real crime and are instead concentrating on thought crime

count dankula - a relaitivley well known youtuber was arrested and tried for a joke, he taught his dog to raise its paw like it was doing the hitler salute ad put in on youtube , result??

arrested

stab some fucker to death and nothing happens

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