It’s a shame Jake Daniels has been called ‘brave’ for coming out as gay… it shouldn’t matter

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The Sun Gran Bretagna 21.05. 22:54

It’s a shame Jake Daniels has been called ‘brave’ for coming out as gay… it shouldn’t matter

PERHAPS the most remarkable thing about footballer Jake ­Daniels announcing last week that he is gay – the first ­current male professional in Britain to do so – is quite how unremarkable it turned out to be. Well, I mean yes, sure, Boris Johnson championed the 17-year-old Blackpool striker, tweeti»»»

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Mirror Gran Bretagna 17.05. 19:29

Tory MP arrested on suspicion of rape and misconduct spanning seven years

A Tory MP has been arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual offences. The unnamed politician remains in custody relating to allegations of sexual offences between 2002 and 2009, Scotland Yard has confirmed. The MP has been asked not to attend Parliament while the police probe is ongoing by Tory chi»»»

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The Guardian Gran Bretagna 16.02. 16:24

Public confidence in Met fell during Cressida Dick’s term, polls show

Public confidence in the Metropolitan police has fallen sharply in the five years Cressida Dick has been leading Britain’s biggest force, figures published on Wednesday show. Only 51% of those in London said they believed the Met did a good job in their local area, down 17% compared with the last s»»»

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Sputnik Russia 11.02. 11:57

Who Might Head Metropolitan Police Now That Cressida Dick Has Stepped Down?

Cressida Dick left her position as Metropolitan Police Commissioner late Thursday, saying that London Mayor Sadiq Khan no longer had "sufficient confidence" in her leadership and left her no choice but to resign. The outgoing Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick was accused of failing to »»»

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Daily Mail Gran Bretagna 05.10.2021. 14:21

'Sex on duty was a perk of the job', claims ex-chief constable

Sex on duty was seen as 'a perk of the job' by officers, a former police chief has claimed. Sue Fish, the ex-chief of Nottinghamshire Police, said women's trust in law enforcement has been 'shattered' by recent events, including the rape and murder of Sarah Everard by serving officer Wayne Couzens.»»»

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