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Delingpole: RIP the British ‘Bobby’ – Murdered by PC Lunacy

The traditional British bobby used to be a great source of quiet national pride: a country so peaceable and safe that all it needed to keep law and order were a few policemen armed with nothing but a truncheon, an avuncular demeanour and helmets like elongated tits on their head.

8th November 1938: Recruits of the Lancashire Constabulary, being trained at Stanley Grange, Houghton, near Preston, take notes during a staged smash and grab raid, as part of a general intelligence test. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)