Broken Britain & Policing

Britain takes a Pounding …

On my recent visit back home Up North, I was genuinely surprised about how many “Pound” shops there was. This isn’t just a Liverpool thing, but one which is replicated all-over this small island. We’ve got everything from Poundstretcher to Poundland to Poundworld and even 1p off shops with the 99p Stores, at a time when the…

#Dispatches hasn’t Scratched the Surface!?

I watched Channel 4’s #Dispatches programme earlier, and was not surprised at all that the police in Britain are incapable of dealing with racism and racist officers. I say this from a unique point-of-view. I served as a Detective in the Greater Manchester Police Criminal Investigation Department, then transferred as a Detective to the Metropolitan Police Service…

Battered and Bruised …

Yesterday, I finished my third employment trial against the Metropolitan Police Service. A reserved judgment is now in place, which means Scotland Yard and I won’t know the court’s decision for some time. The past two weeks have not been the best and if I am to be completely honest, the entire process has felt like secondary…

Interception of my Communication

Today, I received a letter from my Member of Parliament Emily Thornberry – the Shadow Attorney General, for the Opposition. Attached, was a letter to her about me from James Brokenshire MP, the British Immigration and Security Minister. This is because recently, it came to light that it seems in continually trying to find ways to discredit me…

Black Homophobia!?

I wrote a blog back in February on Gay Racism!?, which, continues to trend globally at the top of my posts. I stated clearly at the bottom of the article “I’m happy to read and discuss homophobia in the black community with anyone, but as yet, I personally haven’t experienced this or I would have documented this by now…