In 2003, Great Britain gave local officials greater power to place people under surveillance and trace their telephone calls and emails. The government said the new powers were necessary to fight terrorism. But the Telegraph has found that most local councils have mostly used their authority to investigate allegations of crimes such as noisy children, selling cigarettes and alcohol to minors, selling pizza without a license, and noisy dogs.
Police violence is a metaphorical disease. Coronavirus is a literal disease.
Two Buffalo police officers have been suspended and the man is in the hospital.
Elite media institutions are noisily abandoning liberalism.