Officers hope that your speech will be rather more conciliatory on this occasion and perhaps you might even address the question of low police morale. You remember this subject Home Secretary for when you appeared on the pre-election BBC News Channel programme with the other party home affairs spokespersons, Andrew Neil put this issue to you on three occasions and each time you failed to answer. You may of course dispute there is a police morale problem but independent surveys together with those of individual police forces show that this is a major issue. Even the Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackay, admitted morale is, and I quote, 'not good.' We await your proposals to boost morale with interest. Read more.
Not only did I firmly not want the Conservatives to win - I firmly wanted Labour to win. And the closer the election got, the more important this became for me. So while I have always sat left of centre (politically, not literally - it's not some weird tic I have when choosing concert seats), I have never aligned myself fully and properly with a party. Until now. Read more.
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