The increasing idleness, frivolity and worthlessness of Britain’s police

They have become, writes Dalrymple,

like a nearly defeated occupying colonial force that, while mayhem reigns everywhere else, has retreated to safe enclaves, there to shuffle paper and produce bogus information to propitiate their political masters.

Their first line of defence

is to refuse to record half the crime that comes to their attention, which itself is less than half the crime committed.

Then, they

refuse to investigate recorded crime, or to arrest the culprits even when it is easy to do so and the evidence against them is overwhelming.

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