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Crime does pay
THE vote for police commissioners involves yet more bureaucracy and expense. No one seems to know the contestants apart from “power-struck” people such as John Prescott.
This man’s failed schemes have cost the tax payers of Britain fortunes, such as the voting on the North East Assembly, which very few wanted and was rejected by the people.
The top and bottom of it is that the job should be easy, because many of the top establishment – lawyers, judges etc don’t want to see crime down, along with about one million others – police, probation, prison, psychiatrists, solicitors, crime reporters et al, who’d be out of work.
Imagine the thousands of people who’ll be involved in the Jimmy Savile investigations.
Gareth Peters, North Moor Road, Huntington, York.
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