Crossing the thin blue line

Crossing the lines. A transition from the lines of the police, to the ranks of the british press. Through the 1990's I was a Police constable in the South Yorkshire Police Force. As well as the day to day community policing I was called upon to take my place in the thin blue line at... Continue Reading →


Extradition of Gary McKinnon letter

Here's an email that I wrote objecting to the extradition of Gary McKinnon. If you aren't aware of his case then here is a link with more information, So first is the email I sent.... Apr 27 22:31 (BST): For the Urgent Attention of David Cameron, Theresa May, Nick Clegg, Dominic Grieve: Name: Alan... Continue Reading →

The Vax Ad

Share“I am angry. This is blatant sexism. Where would HE mop up after his wife?? #vax, Mar 04 2012 21:15:47ReplyRetweetI was quite happily watching a spot of family TV this evening, when without warning I was subject to the following ad.Share Bare Floor Pro Steam Cleaner TV Ad - Feb 2012VaxVacuumsSun, Mar 04 2012... Continue Reading →

News from the British Transport Police

The following is taken directly from The British Transport Police. Company MD must pay back £1.9m following fraud conviction A company managing director has been ordered to pay back £1.9m following a confiscation hearing at Woolwich Crown Court. Peter Sale, 51, of Forest Drive, Tadworth, Surrey and MD of Sale Service & Maintenance Ltd, pleaded... Continue Reading →

Danger on the rails

10 Feb 2012 09:38Police warning after train strikes trolley ‘deliberately placed on tracks’ in Mansfield   British Transport Police (BTP) is appealing for information after a train struck a shopping trolley believed to be deliberately placed on the rail line in Mansfield last week.PC Richard Bailey, investigating officer, said how the train struck the trolley on Wednesday,... Continue Reading →

09 Feb 2012 15:24 £1,000 reward after vandals put bin on tracks near Stoke-on-Trent Northern Rail is offering a reward of £1,000 to catch vandals after a train struck a large metal bin in the area of Harecastle Tunnel, Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent on Tuesday, 7 February. The incident was reported by the driver of the 2048... Continue Reading →

A gig of two halves

So last night, Tuesday 13 December 2011, I took myself and my two oldest sons all the way to our home town of Sheffield to the Motorpoint arena to see three bands. Two of them where classic 80's bands motley Crüe & Def leopard. They where to be joined as support By a new band... Continue Reading →

Upcoming anti-EDL campaign

unite against fascism • • 020 7801 2782 • Urgent petition: it's our right to march against EDL racists and fascists Thousands of people from the East End of London and beyond will demonstrate against the racist English Defence League in Tower Hamlets on 3 September – and we believe that antiracists... Continue Reading →

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