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losing the plot - UK leads the way

Lets face it – any society that feels the need to put up such posters in doctors surgeries, A & E centres etc – has already utterly and completely lost the plot. 99 more words


Chief Saunders calls Nuit Blanche violence and public disorder 'disturbing'

TORONTO – Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders is calling for an open discussion on appropriate public behaviour after violence and disorder broke out at the Nuit Blanche all-night arts event over the weekend. 591 more words


Alleged Flagrant Disregard of the Lighting Order: A Fine of £100, East London Observer, Saturday 15 May 1915

East London Observer

Saturday 15 May 1915

Alleged Flagrant Disregard of the Lighting Order

A Fine of £100

Hjalman Ohlson, 58, described as a Swedish subject, and assistant superintendent at the Scandinavian Sailors Home, West India Dock-road, Poplar, was charged on remand, with failing to obscure the lights at the Home at 11p.m.

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Met Police justify use of 'kettling' in Saturday's violent Downing Street protest

The Met Police have justified their use of ‘containment’ public order policing- otherwise known as ‘kettling’- during the violent protests outside Downing Street last night. 392 more words


Crime Update - January 2015 & Year End 2014

In January 2015 there were 14 crimes reported in the Colwick area, representing a fall of 3 incidents from the previous month of December 2014. This is according the data publish by the Police UK Crime Map. 278 more words


Ireland Marches on Dublin for the Right to Water

An estimated forty-thousand people converged on Dublin in a repeat of December 10 mass public demonstrations against the imposition of the water charges. Now that the festive season is over and a new year has begun the anti-austerity movement has picked up the momentum to hammer home the message to Ireland’s right-wing government that the people have had more than enough. 759 more words


Street Life

I think a great deal about, and of, my home town though I don’t live there now. Today, a lively discussion on Facebook on the subject of homelessness reminded me of Colchester High Street. 482 more words