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A recent post Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) – Elections was an attempt at enlightenment with regard to next Thursdays PCC elections, as it presented a cynical view on these elections I thought that I should do some more research and perhaps be a bit more objective. Having done so, I find myself even more cynical about this charade and stand by those adverse comments that this is a Quango and a future sinecure for political hacks. Read more of this post
If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family anatidae on our hands.
Quite clearly the ‘grey brigade’ are a pain in the backside, with too much time on their hands – most of which it would seem – is spent trawling the internet (especially before their regular visit to the doctor). Also, it would seem, as in my case, seeking information from my Member of Parliament (MP). Having followed the issue of the election of Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) with marked ambivalence, I decided to email my MP. Having had some experience in this area I kept my email very short (viz): Read more of this post
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