Tag: suspicion

Slow Justice Is No Justice..?

The woman accused of attacking a shopper in a trolley rage incident in The Glades shopping centre last Christmas has been rebailed again. To the spring… Police first arrested the 31-year-old on suspicion of GBH on Boxing Day last year…

The Tyranny Of The Majority?

Residents have accused the city council of “insensitivity” – by allowing dogs or cats to be kept in their supported block of flats. Errr…. Usually, it’s seen as ‘insensitive’ not to allow them to keep a pet, isn’t it? Gilton…

“You have the right to remain silent…”

Wait. Isn’t that something they are supposed to say to us..? Thames Valley Police last night refused to say what action it had taken against two people arrested on suspicion of possessing prohibited weapons in East Challow. Eh? Normally, they are so…

How Panics Start…

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car drove slowly past a 10-year-old girl cycling home from school in Crowle. I… What? The girl’s mother was cycling a short distance behind her daughter at the time, but reported the car,…

I Thought ‘Music Hath Charms To Soothe The Savage Breast’..?

A nightclub is considering taking legal action against a DJ who claims he was sacked because there were “too many black people” at his performances. The nightclub in question? It’s in Croydon. Yes. I know… Tiger Tiger said it axed…

Well, It Damned Well Should Be!

‘It is not unusual for shops near schools to put signs up or employ security guards.’ So quoth college principal Martin Campbell, on hearing the news that his charges are no longer welcome at their nearest Tesco Express: Supermarket giant…

Just Making It Up As They Go Along….

A 25-year-old woman was asked for ID to buy teaspoons from a Sussex supermarket… Teaspoons that had knives concealed in their handles? I mean, what other possible reason could they have for… Oh: … because staff feared she would use…

More Please, Faster!

Half of those claiming unemployment benefits would prefer to lose their handouts than do a stint of unpaid work. Figures show that 20 per cent of those ordered to take part in four-week community projects stop claiming immediately… Then, what…

Women And Minorities Children Hardest Hit!

Ooooh, the gatekeepers of the law aren’t happy! Stephen Cobb QC, chairman of the Family Law Bar Association, said: “We will see an increasing number of people going to court on their own without representation.”That is DIY justice, not access…