Category Archives: Policing

A number of the Blogs relate specifically to the proposed introduction of the Police and Crime Commissioners and my view that the Metropolitan Police which performs a role as local Police force for London and National Police force on several key issues needs to have some of these national roles removed in order that London Policing is not compromised by issues that have a National Political aspect (such as phone hacking)

Will our MPs get Government to help Ukraine children


There are many challenges that are currently impacting our nation and we all need our local MPs to be aware of these and for them to raise them within Parliament and get the Government to respond. The challenge is how … Continue reading

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Thankyou to these MPs who promoted the Sussex Day


Last Thursday was Sussex Day which was recognised by many people as the 15th year of the County Day, although of course the Sussex Day started in the 13th Century. However, its modern approach was formed by Ian Steedman in … Continue reading

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A potential call for an IAG to be set up for the NHS


On Wednesday in the House of Lords, John Sentamu was speaking during the discussion of St Georges Hospital: Patients Deaths. His words are below. Although he did not refer to the phrase of an Independent Advisory Group (IAG) he did … Continue reading

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A positive outcome from the Police and Crime Act


A positive education aspect has emerged from the Act that was passed through a few weeks ago. There has tragically been a significant number of problems emerged from the recent The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act. Indeed a lot … Continue reading

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Will Boris Johnson resign today now this is happening?


Late last night on the ITV website there was this new article under the headline of “Police to hand out first set of fines over Downing Street parties imminently, ITV News understands”. Given that the Metropolitan Police are now fining … Continue reading

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Tom Winsor ends his role with some clear challenges


Tom Winsor is the HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC), a role he took over in September 2012, two months before the end of Police Authorities and the election for the Police and Crime Commissioners. Tom Winsor was the first person who … Continue reading

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Sussex and Nottinghamshire Police now work very well


On Wednesday in the House of Lords there was a discussion under the subject of Stalking Protection Orders. The Government Minister who participated was Keith Stewart who is the Advocate-General for Scotland but who is also a British lawyer based … Continue reading

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The Government needs to be reversed by Parliament


Parliament has been closed for this week but it is opening again on Monday and that provides an opportunity for our MPs to be able to ask for the Government to reverse its dishonest approach. If nothing happens on Monday … Continue reading

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Late work in House of Lords to endorse campaigners


Early this morning the SKY news published a piece online that is available here with the headline Peers vote down government’s attempt to control protests and so I went onto Hansard to find out a bit more information which can … Continue reading

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Last week several serious issues emerged


At the beginning of each week there are reasons for us to try to achieve a good outcome for ourselves and our family, our friends, neighbours and for other people around us. The results or challenges are of course much … Continue reading

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