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There have been a number of announcements about policing in the last 24 hours, and there are likely to be more in the next day or two. The Hysterical Official Police Blogs will paw and grovel as usual, supporting whatever line they believe will get the author promoted, the media are already confused and distracted by definitions of “staff” and “front-line” and have fallen back on their default position of simply wanting Bobbies on the beat, ACPO will produce the usual smoke and mirrors and the public will be left bewildered. Here then, is the Inspector Gadget translation of some of the stuff we have heard.
The Television Programs Children Watch Most." American Journal of Public Health 95.9 (Sep. 2005): 1568-1574. SPORTDiscus with Full Text. EBSCO. 11 Aug. 2009 . Snack, convenience, and fast foods and sweets continue to dominate food advertisements viewed by children. Helmer, James. "Love on a Bun: How McDonald's Won the Burger Wars." Journal of Popular Culture 26.2 (Fall92 1992): 85-97. SPORTDiscus with Full Text. EBSCO. [Library name], [City], [State abbreviation]. 11 Aug. 2009 . This article examines the television commercials broadcast of McDonald's Corp. in the ... Read More
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