Nine in 10 crimes in Britain are NEVER solved, as police hunt for online “islamophobia”


The UK banned me from entering the UK for fear Muslims would violently riot. But they allow hate preachers and radical imams to come in regularly and incite to jihad. Meanwhile, as crime skyrockets and most crimes, as we see from this report, are never solved, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and other officials in the UK are devoting valuable police resources to hunting for online “islamophobic hate crimes.” That’s their priority, not solving murder or rape or arson cases. The British authorities have surrendered the freedom of their people to the most extreme, brutal and intolerant ideology on the face of the earth.

“Nine in 10 crimes in Britain are NEVER solved with police in Trafford area of Manchester bringing ZERO criminals to book for 225 reported offences last year,” by Bridie Pearson-Jones, Mailonline, June 4, 2018 (thanks to Lukasz):

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Nine out of 10 crimes went unsolved in 2016 and 2017, a drop of 25 percent from the previous year.

But the picture differs significantly across the country. In Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire, less than six percent of crime were solved according to police data, whereas in Uttlesford, Essex, 32.1 percent were solved.

In the Manchester Borough of Trafford none of the 225 crimes reported in the period were solved, according to police data analysed by goodmove.co.uk.

In Manchester just 4,940 of the 82,740 crimes (5.97 percent) were solved.

Rushcliffe in Nottinghamshire has the most unsolved crime in the country, just 5.46 percent.

In second, third and fourth place are Daventry, Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire respectively with Manchester taking fifth.

Uttlesford in Essex was the only place to solve more than 30 percent of it’s [sic] crime.

Second was Scarborough with 26.69 percent, followed by Boston, Bath and North East Somerset and Mendip.

As well as postcode lottery, the likelihood of a crime being solved largely depended on the nature of it.

On average, 82.6 percent of crimes related to drug possession and abuse were solved where only 1.5 percent of thefts were solved, 30 percent less than the previous year.

Possession of weapons was the second most solved crime, with just under 40 percent being solved.

Of more than 50,000 robberies only 5.7 percent were solved. While more than a million violent and sexual crimes were reported less than 12 percent of violent and sexual crimes were solved.

In total, only 11.6 percent of crimes were solved between 2016 and 2017….

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