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11 January 2006

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Blair: "The result is the police do not think it worth it; and so it doesn't happen."

So,

1) Is Blair acknowledging the fact that his and previous administrations have so tied the police up with administrative overhead that they can't do their work?

Or,

2) Is Blair condoning wilful dereliction of duty by the police?

Either way, bypassing the courts is not the correct way to deal with either of the above circumstance.

3) If the police do not think it "worth it" to prosecute in the case of common assult, why is it deemed worthwhile to send police around to put the 'frighteners' on ordinary folk who do not hold to current PC orthodox views?

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