- Bobbies on the beat or scarecrows on the street? How cuts are changing policing
- Stealth foxes, false sex alarms, and hedgehog rescue: it's all in a day's work for security guard Stephen Beardsley.
- In pictures: the children's television we still love today
- This classic television series was broadcast on the BBC from September 1992, making it one of the youngest of our favourite children's televisions show - but no less brilliant.
- Drink-driver found asleep and snoring at traffic lights by police
- A DRINK-driver was found asleep in his car at traffic lights on Christmas Eve. Another driver called police to say he had stopped behind a vehicle which was stationary at traffic lights with the engine running.
- The police, like vicars, are now the social service of last resort
- Police officers handcuffing a young male. 'What Theresa May won't admit is that the police are being used as a mop-up social service, as a way of addressing social issues that fall through the widening cracks.' Photograph: Janine Wiedel/Rex Shutterstock.
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