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recorded offences in the UK - hipocrysy of some people on this forum


ski 7 | 140  
28 Aug 2008 /  #1
Maybe it will bring someting new to our discussions about Polish immigration to UK.

homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/ia/atlas.html

somebody has posted this link in one of discussions.

I have made quick analise of this data I've taken places with large Polish immigrants community.

I have taken hammersmith there was decrease from 156 (bfore may 2004) to 136 (2007) per 1000 population.

Luton 132 decreased to 119.

I don't know what to think about this data ;) I am just to writte letter to Polish newspaper about some data to analise and send it for example to daily mail.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
28 Aug 2008 /  #2
did you have a point to make?
Arise_St_George 9 | 419  
28 Aug 2008 /  #3
Where does it say anything to do with Polish immigration on that site?
OP ski 7 | 140  
28 Aug 2008 /  #4
I have choosen places with large Polish community. I've noticed that in this places general crime decreased. As I've said before I am just to make deeper analise of this phenomen and it is very good argument against some newspapers in the UK.

"who lives by the sword will die by the sword"

any way ... this place is very racist
Uncle Bob 2 | 82  
28 Aug 2008 /  #5
As I've said before I am just to make deeper analise of this phenomen and it is very good argument against some newspapers in the UK.

With all due respect, you may well have analysed something deeply (or was it quickly?) but your argument is feeble. Infact, what is your argument, it's not clear from your post.

Are you trying to use the data on the Home Office website to refute some peoples' claim that crime in England has risen since the arrival of the Polish?

Whilst the Daily Mail is not a paper worthy of much notice, unless you form your letter considerably better than your first post above, they will not only ignore you but you will probably reinforce their negative stereotypes of the Polish.

Is that your intention, or did you want to be taken seriously?
OP ski 7 | 140  
28 Aug 2008 /  #6
I don't know how reliable source is your home office. I want to prove is that smashing majority of Poles in the UK are hard working people not commiting crimes as some members suggest. In areas where immigrants from Poland settle crimes dicrease. It is worth deeper analise with usage of different sources that is why I've just send letter to my friend in one of main Polish newspapers to check it. I have strong feeling that somebody in UK has choosen wrong aim and I am sure that Polish organisations in the UK will be very glad to have such instrument. I agree we need to find different sources and make profesional analise.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
28 Aug 2008 /  #7
Why y? Aye, well aye, I thought it was i. I? Why? Well, it wisnae y. i? No, y. Ah, y, och aye :)

It's hypocrisy lad.

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