Surveys suggest that a majority of ordinary Britons want a return to the death penalty for the most heinous crimes (this online poll on The Sun’s web site has 80% in favour). And, thanks to the government’s rules for e-petitions, our legislators may soon be obliged to debate the topic again. Some of them may… Continue reading You may think you want the death penalty but you don’t have the stomach for it
The stabbing epidemic in London is puzzling. Not the grief and suffering of victims and families: that’s not puzzling (I get that part). It’s the behaviour of the perpetrators. It’s as if they’re all stupid. In fact it’s a stupidity epidemic. Correct me here if I’ve got this wrong, but as far as I know… Continue reading London’s stabbing epidemic
Not nursery places or training places or rehab places or special needs places or halfway house places or hostel places or cheap places for people to live. No. Just prison places. It’s not just me that finds that depressing is it?
So this is how those card skimming ATM false fronts work: the device is very simple, made from moulded polystyrene (or similar), engineered to fit one ATM model and spray-painted in a colour close enough to the real thing with all of the appropriate card logos glued on. The business end of the device (behind… Continue reading Real live card fraud