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Broken Britain

Post by WhiteWarlock » Sat Aug 18, 2018 5:49 pm

As Recorded Crime Hits All-time High, Prosecutions Plunge to All-time Low
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Prosecutions in England and Wales have fallen to a new low even as recorded crime reaches new heights, according to reports.

The latest statistics show police recorded crime up 11 percent to 5.5 million — with some the increase for some very serious offences significantly greater — but prosecutions and out of court disposals have plunged by 7 percent to the lowest total number since records began in 1970.

Alternative methods of tackling offending are also falling, with cautions for cannabis abuse down 14 percent and on-the-spot fines — which can be used for cannabis possession, theft of goods worth less than £100, harassment, and public drunkenness and disorderliness — down 27 percent, The Telegraph reports.

Budget cuts an increase in the workload associated with complex crimes such as child grooming and sexual exploitation have been blamed for the collapse.

“The system is under so much strain that cases that would have been routinely thought of as being in the interests of justice are now not being followed,” confessed Commons Home Affairs Committee MP John Woodcock.

“Behind these headline statistics, there is a human side, individuals whose lives have been blighted by crime and who will be feeling badly let down, not only by the absence of justice, but the message it sends to criminals, that the chances are you will get away with it,” added Victims’ Commissioner Baroness Newlove.

“It is important that we reverse this trend and re-build public trust and confidence. If we don’t, there is a real risk that victims will simply give up reporting the crimes committed against them – thereby creating a real disconnect between the public and our law enforcers.”

Police Federation boss John Apter has already admitted that “We are moving into an area where some crimes will not be investigated, whereas two to five years ago they were… In those cases we are failing the public… the public are already suffering and they are going to suffer more and more.”

The Ministry of Justice, led by controversial Theresa May ally David Gauke, claims the apparent crime rise is merely a product of “better recording”, according to The Telegraph.

https://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/0 ... -time-low/

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Re: Broken Britain

Post by killing raven sun » Sat Aug 18, 2018 9:01 pm

UK may need Brexit rethink, warns ex-Civil Service chief

Lord Kerslake said the consequences of a “no-deal” break would be so serious, Parliament would have consider whether it could allow it to go ahead.

The peer, who has advised Labour on preparing for government, said that at the least there would have to be a “pause” in the Article 50 process under which the UK is set to leave the bloc on March 29 next year.

In those circumstances, he said, the European Commission would almost certainly insist on some “re-examination” of the original 2016 referendum decision to leave.

His comments came as the Government prepares to publish a series of technical notes on preparations for a no-deal Brexit across dozens of areas of British life, from farming to financial services.

Lord Kerslake said the measures were “too little, too late” and that the Government had not allowed itself enough time to prepare for such an outcome.

He told the the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: “The consequences of a no deal would be so serious as I think Parliament would have to seriously consider whether it could contemplate this.

“The question people need ask themselves is: is this a risk that they think we should be taking?

“If the Government can negotiate a good deal, then so be it. But if they can’t and we end up in this position, then we have to reopen the question of whether we go forward with Brexit at all.


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Re: Broken Britain

Post by WhiteWarlock » Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:21 am

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Brexit is a 'fix' with EU certain to win negotiations, ex-foreign secretary Boris Johnson warns
Boris Johnson has claimed Brexit negotiations are rigged, with "the inevitable outcome of a victory for the EU".

In what many in Westminster speculate as the beginning of a plot to try and oust the prime minister, the former foreign secretary insisted the UK is "lying flat on the canvas" in withdrawal talks.
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He claims the UK has already issued a message of surrender over Chequers proposals to align UK standards on goods to the EU, saying Britain has "gone into battle with the white flag fluttering over our leading tank".

Mr Johnson claims the negotiations are rigged.

:: What Johnson would have to do to replace May

Writing in the Daily Telegraph, he says: "Out of their corners come Dominic Raab and Michel Barnier, shrugging their shoulders and beating their chests - and I just hope you aren't one of those trusting souls who still thinks it could really go either way.

"The fix is in. The whole thing is about as pre-ordained as a bout between Giant Haystacks and Big Daddy; and in this case, I am afraid, the inevitable outcome is a victory for the EU, with the UK lying flat on the canvas and 12 stars circling symbolically over our semi-conscious head."

:: What is in the PM's Chequers plan?

Mr Johnson says that the real "scandal" is "not that we have failed, but that we have not even tried" on Brexit.

He accused "some" of the government of deliberately using the Irish border situation to "stop a proper Brexit".

The attack comes the day after Mrs May wrote in the same newspaper that she said she was "confident" that the government could strike "a good deal" and in the event of a no-deal Britain would "be ready if we need to be" and "go on to thrive".

However, Mr Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, has delivered his most withering verdict condemnation yet of Mrs May's plans, saying they would "end" the European project.

With Parliament returning from its summer break on Tuesday, speculation that the PM will face a co-ordinated effort from Tory hardline Brexiteers to abandon her exit plan has been rife.

Election strategist Sir Lynton Crosby is involved in a "chuck Chequers" campaign, it has been reported.

Mr Johnson says Britain faces getting "two-thirds of diddly squat" for its divorce bill in response to Mr Barnier's comments that he "strongly opposed" the "cherry-picking" Chequers proposals.

Mr Johnson says: "They may puff about 'cherry-picking' the single market. There may be some confected groaning and twanging of leotards when it comes to the discussion on free movement. But the reality is that in this negotiation the EU has so far taken every important trick.

"The UK has agreed to hand over £40bn of taxpayers' money for two-thirds of diddly squat.

"We will remain in the EU taxi; but this time locked in the boot, with absolutely no say on the destination. We won't have taken back control - we will have lost control."

The comments followed claims from former Brexit secretary David Davis that Mrs May had positioned herself for "open sesame" on further Brexit climbdowns after saying she would not be pushed into compromises "that are not in our national interest".

Mr Davis branded the Chequers blueprint as being "actually almost worse than being in" the EU.

Meanwhile, research carried out for pro-European group Best for Britain indicated there could be a majority for Scottish independence in Scotland following Brexit.

Additionally, today sees the launch of a new campaign group called Women for a People's Vote.

The group aims to "put women's voices at the front" of the Brexit debate, as a YouGov poll commissioned by the People's Vote Campaign finds only 13% of women think it is likely that Britain will get a good Brexit deal.
https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/uk/boris-joh ... u-certain/

sadly UK is a long conquered & usurped Empire by (((Globalists)))
your votes don't count
they just forgot to rig Brexit way more than they did for the Scottish Independence vote
MSM brainwashed enough dumb people into being "remainers"
for making it look good
you will be submissive to your (((overloads)))
as is the British peon social norm
(((They))) demand your complete apathy
and subsequent cultural replacement/decimation
more 3rd world rapefuge parasites!!!

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Post by WhiteWarlock » Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:57 am

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Anarchy in the UK: Police brace for riots, mull army help in case of no-deal Brexit – leaked report
No-deal Brexit might result in lengthy civil unrest and surge in crime, caused by food and medicine shortages, according to a leaked police report, which deemed a call on the military to tackle the anarchy a “real possibility.”

The doomsday “leave” scenario could lead to widespread civil disorder across the UK, the police document said as cited by the Sunday Times. The leaked report, painting some truly apocalyptic pictures, has been prepared by the National Police Coordination Centre and is set to be discussed at a meeting of the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) next week.

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Pro-Brexit protesters block the gates of Downing Street during a demonstration in London © Peter Nicholls ‘Detonator handed to Brussels’: Boris Johnson calls May’s Brexit plan ‘suicide vest’
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If the UK fails to reach any deal on the Brexit, the departure from the EU might lead to up to three months of turmoil in the country, the report states. Shortages of medicine and food, as well as of other goods, expected during a no-deal departure, might prompt “widespread protest which could then escalate into disorder.”

The said shortages will also likely lead to a surge in acquisition crime, namely theft and robbery. Lack of necessity goods also gives ground to the “expectation that more people will become ill,” according to the report. The UK road network might also experience “unprecedented and overwhelming” disruption after the no-deal Brexit, with motorists facing massive traffic jams when traveling.

To tackle the chaos, UK law enforcement will require “widespread leave embargoes,” the report states. The numbers of police will be also affected by the Brexit itself, since the EU nationals will lose their warrant cards. The Metropolitan police alone will lose some 750 of its officers. Shrinking police numbers and widespread unrest might make the “necessity to call on military assistance…a real possibility,” according to the report.

National Police Chief’s Council lead for operations, Chief Constable Charlie Hall, apparently tried to downplay the gloomy report, stating that it the police was “planning for all scenarios” in the event of a no-deal departure from the EU.

“At this stage, we have no intelligence to suggest there will be an increase in crime or disorder. However, we remain vigilant and will continue to assess any threats and develop plans accordingly,” Hall told the Sunday Times.

UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid, however, was apparently not so sure about the impossibility of such a scenario, refusing to rule it out. The official instead praised the efforts of the government to get ready for different outcomes of the Brexit talks.

“That’s what we’ve been doing across government, including my own department, so of course that means working closely with police. I’m not going to get into what the situation may or may not be, but I think it’s fair to say we’re preparing for all contingencies,” Javid told BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show.
https://www.rt.com/uk/438016-uk-nodeal-brexit-anarchy/
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Re: Broken Britain

Post by killing raven sun » Mon Sep 10, 2018 8:17 am

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:57 am
Shortages of medicine and food, as well as of other goods, expected during a no-deal departure, might prompt “widespread protest which could then escalate into disorder.”

The said shortages will also likely lead to a surge in acquisition crime, namely theft and robbery. Lack of necessity goods also gives ground to the “expectation that more people will become ill,” according to the report. The UK road network might also experience “unprecedented and overwhelming” disruption after the no-deal Brexit, with motorists facing massive traffic jams when traveling.
holy shit, that is some top notch fear mongering, brits really must be the weakest, dumbest people on earth, sounds like youre fucked
WhiteWarlock wrote:
Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:57 am
The numbers of police will be also affected by the Brexit itself, since the EU nationals will lose their warrant cards. The Metropolitan police alone will lose some 750 of its officers. Shrinking police numbers and widespread unrest might make the “necessity to call on military assistance…a real possibility,” according to the report.
omg, you cant make this shit up, looks like the invasion is over, britain lost

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Re: Broken Britain

Post by jliat » Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:00 am

killing raven sun wrote:
Mon Sep 10, 2018 8:17 am
omg, you cant make this shit up,
Yes you can - and the sun is made from electric. Its just that some people will believe anything... :lol:

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