United States is much more violent than the United Kingdom, and the right and the solution of the order is unreasonable to want to kiss a stranger
I have some sympathy for someone who happens to be the Prime Minister during the urban riots break out. But they are all volunteers, and David Cameron seems to be confusion about the management of the police and the coalition response to the alleged "zero tolerance" to anarchy.
'd better get it right or we run the risk of shocks in an American vision of the police - as an article predicts intelligent - which has the highest incarceration rate per capita in the world More than 2 million people in jail, twice that number on parole or probation, at any given time. No, thank you.
hear of Cameron in his constituency of Witney, yesterday I also noticed an important omission. His list of attitudes and behavior problems in society in general, a behavior that may help explain the mess last week did not understand the relentless pressure of advertising - "buy our stuff" - to reach the poorest " / aa>Sometimes you do (remember the policy against the "sexualisation of children"?), But not yesterday. It did not fit the needs of a punitive response. We know that voters want to punish the looters - me - but the appropriate punishment is only half the equation. Cameron looked too much like Michael Howard, his former boss, was on the radio this morning. But what about the police? Margaret Thatcher was always careful to keep them on the side, one reason that their interests have not been attacked for their bag habits union Chobham armor. Howard even made much progress against the "canteen culture" in their day, the Interior Ministry. The coalition has both budget cuts and promises elected police commissioners to oversee policy Theresa May said today is more urgent than ever, despite the resistance of the Lords - not that you would notice the performance of the Met (indirectly, by an elected mayor) in the first half of the riots. All this, and the ministers went into an unseemly row with senior officials of their own role in the politics of uneven support a riot after the initial performance of contention for Tottenham.
Sir Hugh Orde, the main candidate for the Met (the police ran in Northern Ireland, a challenge) dares to check and tell them not to be so "thin skin". also something I do not think enough attention was paid to the explanation of the Met to put in inept, given to parliament by Cameron on Wednesday.
was that the police first saw the riots as a matter of public policy, a form of political protest, the student revolt of last winter, or G-20 protests. Therefore, handled with caution, aware that this could be criticized for heavy-handed as they were - by The Guardian, among others - on the occasion Only on Monday, too late, as they are most concerned about opportunistic looting and apolitical. However, all the acres of non-sense and wisdom that I have read about the riots at the weekend, the article which stuck more firmly - and worrying - in the spirit of a smart American. What he actually said was: ". Say goodbye to your unarmed bobby British, who have chosen our version of freedom and now have to manage much more robust from now on" Christopher Caldwell is a conservative who writes for the Weekly Standard, a Washington intellectual magazine. His analysis of FT (subscription) was much smarter than Fleet Street Homegrown at the end of their civilization, hysteria (which David Starkey?) Or foreign as Rush Limbaugh, the noisy American Radio Shock Jock. Limbaugh called Tottenham last week led by the chaos, "the flower of socialism in all its glory," when even an idiot with half a brain should be able to see that he was as American as Pecan pie in many ways. will return to Caldwell. All this has an influence on the decision to hire Cameron, William J. "Bill" Bratton, the police can do with "zero tolerance windows / roto" theories, which led the police departments of New York, Los Angeles and Boston, as a consultant and eventually as head of Metropolitan Police. Bratton seems very taken with the idea. Such talk is so stupid and gadgets that I can credit. The Guardian published an interview with the nearly 64 years, the bill yesterday, where he presented his views.
constructively Strathclyde police anti-gang strategy, adopt