The partisan reporting from all aspectsÂ of the media this morning, has resulted in headlines such as ‘Fury of women’s groups as footballer is cleared in retrial’. Football forums have disappeared under a deluge of derogatory commentsContinue reading →
This is a follow-up post to my various posts onContinue reading →
It has been a long time in gestation. It was back in February when I discovered a dropbox belonging to one Kevin Hurley, then Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey. Mr Hurley, at that time,Continue reading →
What is a Police Force to do with falling crime figures? Not enough murder and property theft to go round the employees? Start sheddingContinue reading →
The Economou/de Freitas story was destined to attract global attention in these feminista times. He said/she said has become the bread and butter of the media –Continue reading →
“Switch off from Archers’ victim Helen and you’reÂ no better than those who ignore domestic abuse in real life”
That is the damning opinion of Polly Neate, Chief Executive of ‘Women’s Aid.
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Radegund was quite a gal – born in 520, daughter of a King of Thuringia, she was brought up in a household of warring murderous brothers fit toContinue reading →
A thought has been buzzing around in my head for some time now – you’ll just have to bear with me. Nothing else will get written until I rid my brain ofContinue reading →
If Surrey Police appear at times to have a symbiotic relationship with the Metropolitan Police, it could date back to the days when districts like Epsom, Elmbridge and Reigate were the province of the Metropolitan Police, and wereContinue reading →
âTaharrush gameaâ – it sounds like a sexually transmitted disease; a cross between Thrush andÂ Gonorrhea. It is a word you will become only too familiar with in the coming weeks.Â Taharrush gamea is spreading like the plague acrossÂ Europe.
Would you give Louis Richardson a job?
Reading History, head of the Debating Society, member of the Conservative Party, a confident, presentable, appearance; he should score well as you sift through the initial pile ofContinue reading →
One of the most chilling images in Orwellâs dystopian Oceania was the army of young âSpiesâ; the children who struck terror into adult hearts by threatening to expose any deviation from approved behaviour.
âYouâre a traitor!âContinue reading →
Or are you still âtransitioningâ Officer? – As Ms West might have been forced to inquire these days.
An armed MoD police officer making the delicate transition from male to female,Continue reading →
Traditional Policing has always paid attention to crime ‘hot spots’. Keeping an eye on the ATM machine where several muggings have occurred over the previous few weeks; Making a regular ‘drive by’ a park where a rapistContinue reading →
Traditional Policing has always paid attention to crime âhot spotsâ. Keeping an eye on the ATM machine where several muggings have occurred over the previous few weeks; Making a regular âdrive byâ aContinue reading →
Academics never fail to amaze me with their innovative methods of acquiring grants to study yet another obscure subject. I well remember writing a post on the obscene size of the grant obtained by some American academicsContinue reading →
Academics never fail to amaze me with their innovative methods of acquiring grants to study yet another obscure subject. I well remember writing a post on the obscene size ofContinue reading →
Even in the US, the land of the American dream, it can be hard to make your mark on the world when you come from humble beginnings.
Palliasse was of just such humble origins, from theContinue reading →
Twitter is not best suited as ‘a space where Feminists can safely explore intersectionality’, a term first coined by the US Professor KimberlÃ© Crenshaw to describe the differing oppression yourÂ average vulnerableContinue reading →
I have never stumbled drunkenly into the hotel room of a Premiership footballer in the early hours of the morning to listen to his collection of âChanged Directionâ CDs.
I haveContinue reading →