Reasonable Man

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  1. I'd charge b because that's what happened. She had entered part of the building as a trespasser and stole. You don't have to worry about what her intentions were at the time she leaned over. You are correct about the part of a building within a building and about your last question. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Technically both. But you'd charge 9,1,b. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Interesting observations in my area. There were two places where, in the runs up to the last GE and the referendum, UKIP and Brexit posters were dominant on one of my regular routes. One put up two big 10'x6' posters, one for traffic in each direction. This time both are promoting 'Conservative'.
  4. So you said. But that's a matter for he Scottish electorate. If they think that is a major problem then they will vote their SNP MPs out on June 8. This thread is about whether UKIP is a spent force and, having achieved their aim, should go. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. All governments are criticised for the way they run public services so that means very little . The SNP got 50% of the votes in a very high turnout in their country so have an undeniable mandate to govern. UKIP got 12.5% of the votes but spread too thinly. And does any sane person honestly think that they are I a position to run a country? I wouldn't trust them to run for a bus. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Of course not. They run a country and will continue to do so, independent or not. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. The 4 million UKIP voters where in the wrong places and spread too thinly. What UKIP did was create nervousness in the main parties, in particular the Tories, hence Cameron's promise to hold the referendum if he got voted in. Of course we all now know that that backfired on him. Anywho - the point is UKIP were formed to make the UK 'independent'. Now the UK will be, whatever that means, so no need for UKIP any longer. And if the local elections are anything to go by those 4 million votes will be down to 1 million or fewer come June 2017. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. With the results of the local elections showing that UKIP is now a spent political force will they do the honourable thing and go away? I said some time ago that the EU Referendum was the end of UKIP as the result makes them pointless. I expect they will hang on until the General Election but surely this will just add to their embarrassment. To lose 114 council seats is, in anyone's book, an unmitigated disaster. I suppose in the general election they can't go any lower than no MPs but their share of the vote will surely take the same nose dive as it did this week. I say anyone would consider it a disaster, of course some UKIP diehards won't see it that way. Like Farage on Any Questions last night trying to put a positive spin that UKIP forced the Tories to take on all their policies so taking the UKIP voters with them. Desperation talk. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Had a case just like this. The family was told that the police were satisfied that the person concerned was safe and well but did not want their family to be told of their whereabouts. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I guess the savings have been proved by the hospitals and universities using the scheme. Unless they all choose to use a more expensive way. Surprisingly when I first changed my insurance for police use it was £3 cheaper!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Is that an injection to cure or to euthanise? [emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Why close any request for advice? There's a legal disclaimer and people can only advise based on the information provided. That is clear to the OP so not 'dangerous' at all. Virtually all other forums allow advice to be given. This one did not used to but now it is more moderately moderated then hopefully it will attract more people to join and we may get more than half a dozen posts a week on it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. There is not much you can do about what your husband reports but I would get each of the three of you to list what false reports etc he has made against each of you that only affected you as individuals. Then separately report those circumstances to the police as harassment. Insist that you are reporting a crime (each of you so that's three crimes) of Harassment. Insist that you want it recorded as a crime and you do not want it dealt with by him being given a warning or 'advice' or a PIN. Get a crime number. This doesn't mean the police can or will do anything but it will be on record that he is harassing you so should inform the way any further reports are dealt with. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I've stuck rigidly to the topic until doing you the courtesy of answering a direct question. Constantly claiming any disagreement with your posts is an attack on the poster really doesn't take us anywhere. Anyway you have provided further evidence of where you gather your information to base your opinion of Ms Dick. It may not be at NARPO meetings but is at other social events. This still provides no indication that your opinion on the new Commissioner has any validity compared with the official scrutiny she has been subjected to. As I said we can all make up our own minds on the evidence available.
  15. You often tell us about your 30 years police experience, your membership of two NARPO groups and that you discuss policing issues with former colleagues. I'm just joining the dots. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk