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Here's a thought regardig pikies. As I said recently, we've had another infestation of the hedgeshiting filth. The local big policeman firstly said he couldn't remove them because of Coronavirus. Then said he couldn't enact Articles 60/61. When it was pointed out to him that he could, two broken locks, more than six vehicles, threatening behaviour, including one threat made to a club members wife, within earshot of a scrawny, shaking "policeman, etc, etc, he then said he wouldn't take any steps.
Now. It could cost us quite a few thousand squid to put a bigger, stronger gate, which the vermin would still smash.
Or we could employ bailiffs, which takes time, and a couple of thousand squids, (Or more).

So. A question for the legal beagles, such as @dingerr. Is there a precedent in law, to sue the local constabulary for costs incurred to us through their negligence?

A mate had a similar issue and his legal helper suggested going through the local council.
Part of your council tax includes payments to police and fire etc.
The police commissioner sets the amount the police receive in working with the council.
If you don't pay your council tax they come after you in the courts to receive the money
His suggestion was do the same to them for breach of contract.
You are being asked to pay for a substandard service and any other service you would be able to stop paying for if it didn't meet the agreed standards.

Funny enough once he sent his complaint in then an awful lot of Transit Vans in the area suddenly got seized for no tax or insurance.
The pikeys decided to move on from the unfriendly area.
 
Here's a thought regardig pikies. As I said recently, we've had another infestation of the hedgeshiting filth. The local big policeman firstly said he couldn't remove them because of Coronavirus. Then said he couldn't enact Articles 60/61. When it was pointed out to him that he could, two broken locks, more than six vehicles, threatening behaviour, including one threat made to a club members wife, within earshot of a scrawny, shaking "policeman, etc, etc, he then said he wouldn't take any steps.
Now. It could cost us quite a few thousand squid to put a bigger, stronger gate, which the vermin would still smash.
Or we could employ bailiffs, which takes time, and a couple of thousand squids, (Or more).

So. A question for the legal beagles, such as @dingerr. Is there a precedent in law, to sue the local constabulary for costs incurred to us through their negligence?

Misconduct in public office is an offence at common law triable only on indictment. It carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. It is an offence confined to those who are public office holders and is committed when the office holder acts (or fails to act) in a way that constitutes a breach of the duties of that office.

I put it to you, as a barrack room lawyer of note, that 12 good (Wo)men and true, would agree, that the constables in question, whilst holding a public office, failed to act and thereby breached their duties as expected by any right thinking person!

March the guilty bastar, I mean the accused in!

Pulls Black hat out of draw.
 

RBMK

Old-Salt
Carlisle KFC horse-and-cart rider 'humiliated' by drive-thru rejection

A horse-and-cart driver turned away from a KFC drive-thru said he felt "humiliated" when he was refused service.

Ian Bell and his pony, Jon Jon, had queued at the fried chicken chain's Carlisle branch but was turned away at the ordering station.

Mr Bell said he believed the company was discriminating against members of the travelling community.

Horse-and-cart turned away from KFC drive-thru
 
Carlisle KFC horse-and-cart rider 'humiliated' by drive-thru rejection

A horse-and-cart driver turned away from a KFC drive-thru said he felt "humiliated" when he was refused service.

Ian Bell and his pony, Jon Jon, had queued at the fried chicken chain's Carlisle branch but was turned away at the ordering station.

Mr Bell said he believed the company was discriminating against members of the travelling community.

Horse-and-cart turned away from KFC drive-thru
Oh great! Pikeys are now going to start plastering KFCs with graffiti and setting fire to them? Mmmm extra crispy chicken!!
 

Oops

War Hero
Carlisle KFC horse-and-cart rider 'humiliated' by drive-thru rejection

A horse-and-cart driver turned away from a KFC drive-thru said he felt "humiliated" when he was refused service.

Ian Bell and his pony, Jon Jon, had queued at the fried chicken chain's Carlisle branch but was turned away at the ordering station.

Mr Bell said he believed the company was discriminating against members of the travelling community.

Horse-and-cart turned away from KFC drive-thru
Should've gone to Maccy D's...
The horse at least would've been assured a warm reception!
 
If the police recover the guns and find the culprits I think I have found a suitable punishment .. We used to do it in India why not here ?
Does that count as ‘possession of a firearm’?
 

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