bobbies on the beat.

Now I've had my differences with the law in the past, but further cuts to the police is a low at the very highs of politics. 'Bobbies on the beat' used to represent something great. It was the very essence of people helping people, not uniforms patrolling areas. Coppers were once a pivotal part of their local community. they represented a person who would help, a ruffle the hair of some young scamp playing ball in the street. They were people we could turn to when we need a helping hand, a member of our neighbourhood we could wave at and nod to, and with a chipper tongue give a 'top of the morning' smile. 'Bobbies' were friends, not members of a police 'force'. They were a wonderful use o

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