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The legislation will add legal weight to guidance for judges introduced last July by Theresa May that foreign criminals should be able to use Article 8 of the Human Rights Act in exceptional circumstances only. Judges have continued to ignore the
What is the point of putting him in jail if they let him out after 2 months. If I had the money now I would be off somewhere far away from this place that I used to call home. Sandy Brown , London, 06/5/2013 01:04 Friends in high places evidently.
30 April 2013 This is the meerkat who deserves an Asbo after who has playfully terrorising his neighbours since being rescued from the desert. Little Jan may look adorable but he likes nothing more than playing rough with dogs, cats and even peacocks.
The city had 105.2 anti-social behaviour cases per 1,000 people last year which works out at 630 incidents a day, says a study by Shadow Home Office minister Gloria De Piero. Blackpool came second with 89.8 cases, followed by Westminster in central
21 April 2013 The River Cam is world-famous for its civilsed punting and beautiful scenery, but staff policing the river now say they feel too afraid to work there without stab vests. Officials in Cambridge have requested protection because of the
Noise nuisance continues to be a serious problem, even though the Noise Abatement Act is in place to deal with the offence. This nuisance is not confined to the Corporate Area but permeates the entire country. Nor is it confined to weekends but
41 It sounds like this is another lady that knows her rights, does she also think we owe her a living?...It really worries me when parents care so little for the example they set to their own, and other, children.
Robert Thomas, 59, subjected the family next door to World Service news reports, documentaries and other music stations throughout the night. Stewart and Juliet Dunlop and their two teenage children were forced to wear earplugs to try and get some
Shoplifter David Archer jailed for 342nd offence The judge said he shuddered to think of the cost of dealing with David Archer A homeless shoplifter has been jailed for 18 months for his 342nd offence after a judge told him he had a "dreadful record".
David Archer, 58, of Mostyn, Flintshire, was sentenced for four shoplifting offences, including the theft of a charity collection box...It comes just a month after he was released from prison on remand for similar thefts...Defending, Roger Thomas