A recent large-scale statistical analysis of weapon carrying by young people revealed a significant link between carrying a weapon and distrusting the police. Such findings, coupled with those reflecting the experiences of socially marginalised young people and particularly, black and Asian youth who are over-policed and under-protected , suggest that a reintroduction of ineffective and discriminatory policing can lead to greater distrust. In turn, this could drive an increase in young people carrying weapons. Not only are the policing strategies being proposed right now likely to be ineffective, they will certainly increase the criminalisation of young people and potentially increase weapon carrying.
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Read more: Knife crime: important new findings could help us understand why people carry weapons. Why then, when the evidence is there, are politicians doubling down on strategies that are failing? In a moment where a fresh and honest review of the situation is needed, there is a drive to rely on existing tropes and strategies. Our concerns are that rather than a careful and measured analysis, this moment will be used and abused for other agendas and the police investment will achieve nothing positive for young people experiencing harms in the long term.
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The evidence exposes a harsh reality, that a reduction in crimes and harm experienced by young people will not be achieved through a criminal justice response, but by addressing injustice in wider sense. A contemporary Robinsonade — York, York. The polar oceans and global climate — Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Great album 9 out of General Comment Ok, I retract my last statement, because they posted the lyrics to this song on their myspace page.
The correct lyrics are: You're like a messiah, pal Little kingdoms in your chest I told you we'd make it, on for another I told you we'd make it, on for all night Put on all our best This is how they will live on We'd looked better if we win I told you we'd make it on for another Oh I've been getting calls now out here I told you we'd make it on for another On their mouths and chest Help this love before you leave Demonstrations lack caress I want you to take you, call on for life Thank you for creating souls My Interpretation I see this song as the relationship between a schizophrenic guy and the girl who loves him.
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She doesn't quite understand him, but she wants to stay together. Later, she gets scared of him but wants to be with him, he's saying crazy things and running aaway from her, but she can't let him go. My Interpretation First off One of BSS's best and one of my faves. I've had the fortune of seeing them live a couple of times. Secondly - many incorrect lyrics above but I'm not going to point them out directly.
It's about an affair between a married or at least committed man I'll say married to keep it simple and a single woman who wants to keep it an affair - she's all for him having a wife "I told you you'd make it, I'm all for another" and a man who wants to leave his wife and marry her "we'd look better if we wed. I can't figure it out either. But "little kingdoms in your chest" is eluding to her using this affair to escape something else. In other words, shaping life the way she wants it to be, not the way it is.
It's also putting the relationship in distress. People are figuring it out and talking about the affair. It's getting back to him.
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He wants to do what he thinks is right and leave his wife. He feels, maybe paranoia is setting in, that someone is going to tell his wife soon. He's practically begging her to marry him. Her "demonstrations lack caress".
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She's falling out of lust with him. She just wants to "call on for life".
Not actually be committed but get together when she needs him Now he is starting to lose his mind. He's saying anything to keep her - like You create souls, you're better than me, better than men - which leads to "Children sleep with dicks". Again, he's praising her and all women, a last attempt to try to be with her - men just have to stick their dick in a woman, near the womb, where an unborn child sleeps - while women "create" life.
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