Theresa May & Police Federation
Theresa Mary May (née Brasier, born 1 October 1956) is a British Conservative politician who is Home Secretary in the Conservative – Liberal Democrat Coalition government. The Police Federation of England and Wales is the representative body to which all police officers in England and Wales up to and including the rank of Chief Inspector belong./5
Two years ago, an interesting news story:. BBC News - Police Federation crying wolf over cuts, says Theresa May
Theresa May warns Police Federation to stop "crying wolf" over spending cuts: by
Theresa May has warned the Police Federation to stop "crying wolf" after warnings about the impact of spending cuts. h…
You've got to hand it to Theresa May for getting stuck into the Police Federation this week. But she failed to mention one thing - there have been a thousand plus deaths in police custody since 1990 and NOT ONE single conviction for murder or manslaughter. A stunning indictment of the kind of state apparatus where the police and the politicians are part of the same regime. Meanwhile, people think voting UKIP will get them out of a hole.I despair.
Point 19) Theresa May's battle with Police Federation the other day is a sign of leadership ambitions. She KNOWS David Cameron is toast.
Superb comments continue at my JoK post on Theresa May's remarkable speech to the Police Federation:
if Theresa May can take on the Police Federation, perhaps David Willetts should take on the NUS...
Theresa May’s proven she has the guts to take on the Police Federation via an amazing speech.
This morning there are accusations from communities that the Police could be doing more to combat rural crime, and yesterday the Home Secretary Theresa May made the news when she addressed the Police Federation. She told them "Show the public that you get it, that you want to take responsibility for the future of policing and you want to work with me to change policing for the better," After 9am, Elliott's asking.how good is the job the Police do? Do they 'get it?' Call 0345 300 8181 or comment here.
Theresa May isn't a good Home Sec, but her speech to the Police Federation is most courageous speech since Neil Kinnock's anti-Militant one.
England and Wales's Police Federation will stop getting public funding from August, Home Secretary Theresa May says
Just come across this blog and at this time of year or any for that matter we would just like to have repect paid to ALL THE EMERGENCY SERVICES as they go about their duty 24/7 to serve you the public of the UK ... Ambulance Drivers "Bunch of ambulance drivers, disrespected.again" If you read my blog regularly, you will know my hatred for the term 'ambulance driver'. To me, it shows a total lack of respect for what we do and paints a picture of us as taxi drivers with a first aid kit. This is NOT what we are. Today, at the Police Federation of England and Wales' annual conference, Theresa May, whilst talking about the police's resourcing to mental health patients said: 'Police officers have many skills, but they are not in a position to be psychiatrists diagnosing and treating mental illness - nor are you meant to be social workers or ambulance drivers'. This made my blood boil! Rather than the usual rant, laced with sarcasm, I decided to take a more pro-active approach. Here is my letter to the Right *** ...
Theresa May barracked by Police Federation as she defends reforms - Telegraph
Home Secretary May gets hard time from Police Federation via
Kelvin MacKenzie criticises the Police Federation for booing of Home Secretary Theresa May, which he describes as “bullying”.
Well done Police Federation! Will go either way, Theresa May will either resign or completely stitch us up! Think it caught her by surprise!!!
The home secretary defended 20% funding cuts in a speech to a rowdy Police Federation conference in Bournemouth
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