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9.51pm Saturday 23rd November 2013
Police commissioner: It’s been a good year
1.13am Friday 15th November 2013
‘It would be wrong to glorify killer as a hero’
1.00am Friday 15th November 2013
Cannabis growing uncovered at Worcester caravan site for the second time this year
7.38pm Wednesday 13th November 2013
Woman hurt in attempted robbery
4.37pm Wednesday 13th November 2013
Police hunt 'firebombers'
Sounds like a deliberate and planned attack as people don't normally go around with cartons of petrol at the ready.
This idiot needs catching quickly and putting away for a very, very long time.
4.16pm Saturday 19th October 2013
City centre drunk argued with police after trouble flared
12.38pm Saturday 19th October 2013
3.30pm Friday 11th October 2013
Firefighters to strike again next week
5.59pm Wednesday 30th March 2011
The (very) thin blue line
4.01pm Wednesday 23rd March 2011
Experts hired to help council with cuts
11.47am Thursday 10th February 2011
Cameras in place to curb speeding
7.59pm Friday 24th September 2010
BALLOT: I'll let Incredible Hulk stew
joe pike wrote:
Firstly a word of warning Many of the views expressed here favour the idea of the student paying for the damage. Something to bear in mind if you ever find youself in a similar situation is:- When you fail to make a criminal complaint, or withdraw one relying on an agreement made with the offender, The police will subsequently be totally unable to act on your behalf. You will have made a `civil contract with the offender who can then choose to renege on payment. If this happens you will then face huge legal fees pursuing matters in the civil courts. This happens time and again with motorists involved in damage only accidents who agree to pay for damage then dont. The law exists so that these scenarios are avoided. This person made a conscious decision to act in the disgusting way he did.A million excuses cannot alter that fact. We are who we are, this person is the master of his own destiny and made his choices. His actions may, and probably will affect his future, that is REAL LIFE and should be his own hard luck. Why should anyone excuse his actions for him and mollycoddle him through life? This kind of soft ,stilted thinking is the reason yobs roam the streets behaving with no regard for those around them. There always has to be someone who feels obliged to stand up for them and explain that they need another chance , and need to be `understood`. This is just another example of how the fabric of society is eroded and moral values lost due to misguided liberal thinking.
5.09pm Friday 24th September 2010
10.26pm Saturday 20th June 2009
Circling aircraft is back causing anger
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