This e-mail has just been sent to the Home Secretary.

Will she do her job this time?

I know. Silly question.


——– Original Message ——–

Date: Sat, 07 Sep 2013 18:13:08 +0200
From: Grandma B
To: theresa.may.mp@parliament.uk

Dear Home Secretary,

May I draw your attention to the latest press revelations on the rampant corruption in North Yorkshire Police?

Please see:


As you are aware, North Yorkshire Police are not just actively involved in the abuse of children. As Lord Maginnis has pointed out to you in Parliament, they also defraud elderly people of their assets.

Please see:



Not to forget the fraudulent expense accounting for which they are renowned, such as:


Then, of course, the newly-elected Police & Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan and her Panel have not escaped scrutiny:


Would you not agree with me that the deliberate abuse of the most vulnerable members of society by North Yorkshire Police as well as its cavalier attitude to the use of taxpayers’ money and its involvement in serious, cross-border crime is a risk to both public and national security?

Will you now be exercising your powers to safeguard the public from this menace and instigating an investigation into what Lord Maginnis has described as, “that particularly dubious constabulary”?

In case you are not sure of your powers in such circumstances, may I remind you how Lord Taylor of Holbeach described them in Parliament?

The Home Secretary remains ultimately accountable to Parliament and charged with ensuring the maintenance of the Queen’s peace within all force areas, safeguarding the public and protecting our national borders and security. The Home Secretary has reserved powers and legislative tools that enable intervention and direction if it is determined by the Home Secretary that such action is necessary in order to prevent or mitigate risk to the public or national security.


Will you be making a public statement on what action you will be taking here?

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