…a political party that has the courage to say:-
WE WILL PUT FEWER POLICE ON THE STREETS AND ON THE “BEAT”,
for the solution is Good People and NOT more police.
David Davis (not that one, Ephraim Hardcastle)
Everybody likes to throw rotten cabbages at poor, innately good, motivated Iain Duncan-Smith. But what else would you suggest right now?
“More Police” may look like a sign of success: their presence may indeed locally and transiently resist the rise in figures for acts of bad-ness. But their existence is an effect of failure, and not success. People should think more, and so they ought to read more books – and I did NOT mean winners of the “Booker Prize” books.
There ought also to be a way for the Free Market to discover how there might be lots and lots of money to be made for James R Murdoch, by having less Wireless Tele Vision. Or preferably none at all for a few years.
Oh, and we could restock “Libraries” with a couple more books each, by having strong thugs on the premises who could lift wheelchairs full of the Disabled up to a height of about 8 or 9 feet.