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    Does anyone here from London

    Hey. My friend is planning a trip to London this July.
    She will be coming with her family there. It'd be like a visit.
    Tell the famous places that one should must see while visiting London..

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    Re: Does anyone here from London

    Now in the sunset of his final term at liberty in City Hall we find Johnson, formally Londoners’ police and crime commissioner, presiding over a veritable hit parade of targets: mumbai railway map the MOPAC 7; the 20.20.20 Challenge; the “record high” 26,000 PCs; the 20.20.20 Challenge (Part 2). All they’re missing are the Four Tops and the Dave Clark Five. Not all of these toe-tappers, admittedly, concern acts of villainy. But what if the MOPAC dashboard flatters to deceive
    There are reasons for treating its data with caution. Let’s go back two years to when the draft Police and Crime Plan was assessed by a trio of eminent criminologists. One of them, Professor Marian FitzGerald, spoke of chasing targets having “perverse effects” such as increasingly cynical officers preoccupied with meeting them at the expense of everything else and even fiddling figures in order to do so.
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    Last edited by newwaysys; 07-02-2015 at 01:19 AM.

 

 

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