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Historical crimes – like the 2007 disappearance of Maddie McCann - will be put on hold as police prioritise cases where there is a 'critical' need to investigate. Mm11

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Post by Jill Havern on 19.03.20 19:10

Police forces across UK will make officers work 12-hour shifts and put plain clothed cops back in uniform for 999 calls

Police forces across the UK will make officers work 12-hour shifts and put plain clothes police back in uniform to answer 999 calls under plans to cover sick staff in plans being drawn up to tackle the coronavirus crisis.

Historical crimes – like the 2007 disappearance of Maddie McCann - will also be put on hold as police prioritise cases where there is a 'critical' need to investigate.

In a worst case scenario, MailOnline has been told that as much as 30 per cent of Britain's police force could be infected by the Covid-19 bug during the peak period in late May and early June.

This would equate to around 38,000 out of 126,000 officers nationwide being affected.

The police will be backed up by 20,000 military personnel, who would also be called upon to continue transporting food and medical supplies in the event of delivery drivers falling ill.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8130069/London-12-hour-warning-lockdown.html#newcomment

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Post by Tony Bennett on 19.03.20 19:19

@Jill Havern wrote:Police forces across UK will make officers work 12-hour shifts and put plain clothed cops back in uniform for 999 calls

Police forces across the UK will make officers work 12-hour shifts and put plain clothes police back in uniform to answer 999 calls under plans to cover sick staff in plans being drawn up to tackle the coronavirus crisis.

Historical crimes – like the 2007 disappearance of Maddie McCann - will also be put on hold as police prioritise cases where there is a 'critical' need to investigate.

It would be good if they also stopped the waste of police time in visiting people at home who don't subscribe to transgenderism:

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Victory for man whose mild tweets about transgenderism led to a visit from the Humberside ‘Thought Police’

A victory in the High Court for Mr Henry Miler earlier this month (14 February) should make it easier for people to freely express their opposition to the dangerous fad of transgenderism.

In January last year, Mr Miller posted some mild tweets on his Twitter account opposing transgenderism. He was taking part in an internet debate about reforming the Gender Recognition Act 2004. The reaction by Humberside Police to these tweets has been described by some as ‘near-hysterical’ and ‘vindictive’.

He was visited at home by two police officers, who said his tweets would be recorded as a ‘Hate Crime Incident’. He was further warned to “check your thinking”. In effect, the police had told him, in that Orwellian turn of phrase, “committed the crime of hateful thought”. But even worse, Humberside Police called on his workplace, thus alerting his colleagues to the incident. He was left with the clear impression he might be prosecuted if he continued to tweet.

But the High Court ruled Humberside’s response was both ‘disproportionate’ and ‘unlawful’. Mr Miller had also called for a ruling that the College of Policing (CoP)’s official guidance on ‘hate crimes’ and ‘hate incidents’ was unlawful. The High Court disagreed, but granted him permission to ‘leap-frog’ the Court of Appeal and appeal directly to the Supreme Court, who will hear his appeal in the coming months. Mr Justice Julian Knowles ruled they “serve legitimate purposes and are not disproportionate”.

Justice Knowles added: “The effect of police turning up at Mr Miller's place of work because of his political opinions must not be underestimated. In this country we have never had a Cheka, a Gestapo or a Stasi. We have never lived in an Orwellian society”. Only one trans person had complained about his tweets. The judge ruled that police “recorded her complaint as a hate incident without any critical scrutiny...or any assessment of whether what she was saying was accurate”.

In his judgment, Justice Knowles quoted the well-known 1997 case of Christian preacher Alison Redmond-Bate, where Lord Justice Stephen Sedley ruled for her, declaring: “The freedom only to speak inoffensively is not worth having”.

Mr Miller's barrister, Ian Wise QC, argued the force's response had sought to “dissuade him from expressing himself on such issues in the future and had a substantial chilling effect on his right to free speech”. After the ruling, Miller said: “This is a watershed moment for liberty - the police were wrong to visit my workplace, wrong to ‘check my thinking’.”

CoP Deputy Chief Constable Bernie O'Reilly, said: “We want everyone to feel able to express opinions as passionately as they wish without breaking the law”, but admitted that the CoP was “currently revising its advice to forces”.

Helen Belcher, Co-Founder of Trans Media Watch, said: “I think this will reinforce an opinion that courts don't understand trans lives and aren't there to protect trans people”.

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Post by sharonl on 19.03.20 19:30

Why historical crimes "like the 2007 disappearance of Maddie McCann"?  Why the need to mention this particular case?

This is obviously propaganda, they just had to get the case somehow linked to coronavirus, didn't they?

Or, is it case that Boris is just not playing the McCann coverup game?  Is this how they wriggle out explaining why the so called investigation is no more?

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Post by Jill Havern on 19.03.20 20:13

It's strange that this little announcement was actually buried within that article. I only saw it by scrolling down.

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Post by Verdi on 20.03.20 1:19

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Post by Cammerigal on 20.03.20 2:32

One has to ask, why slide that statement in such an important national announcement. There must be a reason for the message, as all pros and antis will read it.
Pure speculation here; The proverbial bus is being readied for the McCanns. The lies and gravy trains will end. 
This 'revelation' regarding the truth of the lie will distract the media and sheeple from the major covid19 containment and lock downs implemented by HMG in the major cities over the next week or two. It will be a major infringement of civil liberties.

PS stay safe all you Brits and best wishes from your Aussie friends
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Post by Milo on 20.03.20 12:14

It looks like the time has come that they have been waiting for (whoever "they" are). A world obsessed with a pandemic isn't going to notice them sending the McCann case into oblivion. It is amazing that the "disappearance of Maddie (sic) McCann" is no longer on the "critical" list where is has been for almost 13 years, so critical that they spent a king's ransom on it. Maybe the MMRG petition letter helped them along the way - after all in their response they seemed sooo sensitive to G&K (IMO). What is also depressing is the knowledge that not one person associated with the case in SY, Met, Orange etc. has sung like a canary. Please ask Boris to check with Theresa, David, Gordon and Tony. In finishing off this comment and re-reading the Chris Smith spiel, I noticed that the last two paragraphs contained not only "historic" but also "low risk" and "focusing on core policing and serious crime". What a smack in the face for all those who cared. I just don't get it.
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Post by Jill Havern on 20.03.20 16:03

I see The Mirror has made a whole article out of this now

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/coronavirus-hunt-madeleine-mccann-could-21724854

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Post by Doug D on 20.03.20 16:21

Maybe we should offer to take OG off their hands if they can't cope!
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Post by CaKeLoveR on 20.03.20 19:38

I wish we could, Doug. People here have done so much research, and devoted a huge part of their lives over the years, but not one of us would say let's give up.
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