That only works for "Crime and policing in England, Wales and Northern Ireland"
6 posts • joined 10 Aug 2017
The headline is somewhat mistaken in that it talks of "UK police staff" yet the article only provides information on England & Wales, nothing about Northern Ireland or Scotland which have their own separate police services.
Do "parliament street" think the UK is just England & Wales or is that just sloppy ignorance from The Register, you would think that The Register's journalists would know that, especially the bit about the ICO only covering England & Wales as far as policing FOI requests are concerned
Re: Popular Front for the Liberation of England
Ruth Davidson isn't all that popular in Scotland, don't let the MSM deceive you - her record vote is still lower than that old witch Thatcher achieved and her parliamentary grouping in Scotland is mainly made up of regional seats due to the type of proportional representation used.
Re: Not a problem
Do you know that Hadrian's Wall is in England - up to 90 miles in places - perhaps you can explain why a Scottish Government would regulate anything in England, or indeed people in Northumberland would want regulated by a Scottish Ofcom
Best you go and read up on UK geography, then turn your attention to what's devolved to the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh and Northern Irish assemblies - then look an see how to actually increase any of the devolved governments powers