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Zoe
Friday 14 July 2017 10.11pm
Luckily nothing serious ever happens in SE1, so we don't need any police stations.
MPB
Friday 21 July 2017 9.22am
The closure of these stations are a disgrace. The last time I wrote to the Commissioner he said that the station would NOT be closed. I suggest the Met gets rid of the over-paid consultancy staff employed at NSY and other buildings. The Met is top heavy and expects staff on the ground to do the job of 10 staff they have made redundant. Shame on the Mayor.
Friday 21 July 2017 10.40am
MPB wrote:
The closure of these stations are a disgrace. The last time I wrote to the Commissioner he said that the station would NOT be closed. I suggest the Met gets rid of the over-paid consultancy staff employed at NSY and other buildings. The Met is top heavy and expects staff on the ground to do the job of 10 staff they have made redundant. Shame on the Mayor.

You say shame on the Mayor, but it is the Government cutting funding to these services, not the Mayor.

If funding is cut, then service has to be reduced somewhere - closing counters vs closing Police on the streets. Neither is ideal but if the money isn't there something has to give and in the current climate, I think most would prioritise Officers on the streets.
Friday 21 July 2017 1.46pm
Guy's street wrote:
it is the Government cutting funding to these services

Something the Home Office deny: Rebuttals and Clarifications: Metropolitan Police funding

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