A sad way to go..R.I.P
It always seems that the criminals always get treated better than the victims in the UK law system. Don't blur the pic out of that piece of scum and name and shame them. I don't expect its the first dog this filth has nicked, in my opinion.
It doesn't matter if local planning says NO. This project is backed by the government and if it goes all the way to appeal to the top for a decision to go forward. You can bet your bottom dollar it will be built. Slowly the people of the UK are realising their freedoms and rights are being severely eroded just like our coast line.
Its the first year i have not heard it at all, miss the deep hardcore techno base. i will have to fire up my own sound system this year..
@Lynne ....may be so, but when it comes to a private business running one of Britains NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURES and being bailed out countless times it should not be the way its run. All national infrastructures need to be re nationalised.
sorry just doesnt cut it. Dawlish has had to suffer enough from decades of ineffective maintenance of the sea wall. The wall has endured over a hundred years of the sea but was maintained. The only reason we are having all this work done is because of lack of proper maintenance and trains that cannot endure a bit of sea water. COMPENSATION IS OWED TO DAWLISH FOR THE LAST FEW YEARS OF WORK THAT ...
Cycling along the sea wall and fell off?
Interesting to know how many calls were physically attended by officers in an effective time scale. Not a lot I would have thought. There's more senior coppers lording it up at their H.Q;s than officers on patrol I would imagine.
looks more like an ISIL bride. Although i agree that there will be more deaths down here because of the influx from all over the u.k. Life has to get back to some normality and if there is no increase then good, but if there is the implications will be felt by us living here and the businesses not the locations the tourists came from. Between a rock and a hard place in my opinion.
Good work PD Arnie and handler. Nothing suprises me about Dawlish these days. A small percentage of the Dawlish community, many most probably known to the local police, make it miserable for the rest of us. About the same every where in this once proud and World leading country of hours. Now relegated to a door mat for the rest of the World's dross who wish to pick up a few quid and do ...