Archive for April 20th, 2009
The police have always faced a degree of suspicion from the public. The founders of the Met dressed their men in blue rather than the more military red to underline their civilian role. Keeping the peace is one of society’s toughest jobs and one that our police have performed sometimes successfully, sometimes not.
Unfortunately, the events of the past week will be remembered as a low point.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS are using hi-tech radar equipment to find the historic position of a wooden tower built for William the Conqueror.
Two miscarriages of justice watchdogs have formally ruled that the name of Scots hero William Wallace can never be cleared.