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Old 06-01-2016, 11:07 PM   #21
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Eddie and Keela would probably concur, given a voice.
I do believe that one of these amazing dogs died a wee while ago
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Old 07-01-2016, 09:40 AM   #22
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I do believe that one of these amazing dogs died a wee while ago
Oh no :-(
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Old 07-01-2016, 10:13 AM   #23
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Almost unbelievable, but the Met Police admits to using up to 81 GPS staff on their payroll during their five-year-long, £12million-plus, abortive (so far) Madeleine McCann investigation [Operation Grange].
Theyre simply killing 2 birds with one (unturned) stone.

G4S have a history of total incompetance. Despite their very public failings, they contine to recieve increasingly more contracts to provide services. The sums of money paid is substantal by any standards. Someone is benefitting financially, and its beyond doubt, political corruption plays a part. In one sense, its perhaps not surprising that G4S are being used, its laundering of public finances to corrupt officials, pure and simple

On the other hand, there's a secondary benefit for the Met, because it provides a convinient excuse should the brown stuff ever hit the fan regarding the McCann case. The case wasnt solved because some poor schmuck employed by G4S accidently shreded the evidence, or deleted important files, or lost the forensics etc. The UK public are gullible enough to believe that nonsense, not that most of them give a dam about someone elses child that disapeared years ago

I would however suggest that anyone who has ever banged their heads against the brick wall of getting a stright answer to a simple question via a freedom of information request might be surprised that the Met gave up this rather incriminating information so easily. The fact that they have happily provided someone with this particular stick to beat them with is interesting to say the least.
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Old 08-01-2016, 10:30 AM   #24
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Medway young offenders centre staff suspended over abuse claims.

WTF is a 'Secure Training Centre'?

It was a YOI when I were a lad.
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Old 12-01-2016, 01:33 PM   #25
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Theyre simply killing 2 birds with one (unturned) stone.

G4S have a history of total incompetence. Despite their very public failings, they contine to recieve increasingly more contracts to provide services. The sums of money paid is substantial by any standards. Someone is benefitting financially, and it's beyond doubt, political corruption plays a part. In one sense, it's perhaps not surprising that G4S are being used, its laundering of public finances to corrupt officials, pure and simple.

On the other hand, there's a secondary benefit for the Met, because it provides a convenient excuse should the brown stuff ever hit the fan regarding the McCann case. The case wasn't solved because some poor schmuck employed by G4S accidently shredded the evidence, or deleted important files, or lost the forensics etc. The UK public are gullible enough to believe that nonsense, not that most of them give a damn about someone elses child that disappeared years ago.

I would however suggest that anyone who has ever banged their heads against the brick wall of getting a straight answer to a simple question via a Freedom of Information request might be surprised that the Met gave up this rather incriminating information so easily. The fact that they have happily provided someone with this particular stick to beat them with is interesting to say the least.
Excellent points! Just how are they going to extricate themselves after spending nearly 5 years on this and £12 million?

As for who benefits from all those G4S contracts, isn't Home Secretary Theresa May's husband a major shareholder in G4S?

It took Rebekah's threats to 'persuade' Cameron to set this ludicrous Operation Grange in motion - and what have they achieved apart from waving some useless stats in our faces and some nice long weekends on the Algarve Riviera? We absolutely need answers on what's been achieved with all that time and cash.

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