Category Archives: Community Safety

We live in a society that everyone would feel safe in if it wasn’t for the muck dished up on a daily basis by ‘newspapers’ such as the Daily Mail, and some of the less thoughtful commentators (such as MPs). Its time we changed the culture in our society.

Brexit puts dangerous chemicals in reach


In the absence of the economic and indeed any other assessments by our Government of what Brexit will lead to, we are faced with a myriad of views and analysis that is in the public domain. Any prospect of members … Continue reading

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19 Years since the first day


According to this website in 1998 a group called WOMANKIND  launched the first White Ribbon Day in the UK. The following year the United Nations officially recognised 25th November as International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The White Ribbon is a … Continue reading

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Front Row needs to educate MPs and Union Reps and the rest of us!


Last night on Radio 4, Front Row focused on a subject which in one sense is at the heart of the Arts provision in the UK. In doing so the interview by Samira Ahmed with three very well connected people including … Continue reading

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The urgent need to help heal pain


On Remembrance Sunday it is very sad to read that our Government has failed to deliver on its promises to Manchester City Council to deliver support for the damage caused by the arena bomber on 22nd May. Although six months … Continue reading

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Lets help end the ‘Trouble on our Trains’


Last night on Channel 4 Dispatches the documentary showed some of the small number of very appalling men who attend football matches across the UK, using trains to get from home to the relevant football grounds and back again. One … Continue reading

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The consequences of tough words


The announcement by the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove Council, Warren Morgan that he may ban future Labour Party conferences from the city following what has been described as an anti-semitic comment in a public meeting held in a … Continue reading

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What we need to do to improve society


Yesterday I wrote a blog about how protecting children and their parents from Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence will require a major shift in the way in which statutory agencies such as the Police and Local Government departments engage with … Continue reading

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