Thursday, 14 May 2009
Police in discussions with Parliamentary Officials
Guido reporting the Police have turned up at Westminster, and the man is a privy councillor with arbitary powers to steal you land,home and posessions.
Mr. Morley- The link between quality of life and crime is an important issue for the police. Sometimes, the police think that low-level nuisance crime is not a priority and that they should concentrate on more serious crime. They should be doing that, but cracking down on low-level, antisocial, nuisance crime, including environmental crime, will deter more serious crime. Sometimes, some individual forces do not think that through, and we need to have that debate.
Elliot Morley MP Westminster Hall Debate on Environmental Crime 13 Jan 2005
H/T Iain Dale
It was the Taxpayers Alliance that called the Police in, if the Police do a 'Cash for Peerages' they are going to mount a private prosecution. My cheque for £250 is ready as a contribution
After a little bit of confusion on the part of the police, who tried to suggest we should "complain to our MP", they have registered our call with an Incident Number (CAD2149) and apparently police officers will be meeting with Parliamentary Officials today. We should hear more later this afternoon.