By Sue Reid for the Daily Mail. The police phone call to Margaret Nelson came one Monday morning around breakfast time. It was as unexpected as it was unwelcome. An officer from Suffolk police was investigating an anonymous tip that the pensioner had committed a hate crime by posting on Twitter her personal view that you die the same sex as you are born.
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Police explain heavy officer presence in south Bristol neighbourhood
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Drunken Steven Licorish spat at PC Joe Terry and the officer developed Covid symptoms 48 hours later and tested positive - but it could not be proven if he had given PC Terry the virus. Get our daily coronavirus email newsletter with all the news you need to know direct to your inbox. A yob has admitted spitting at a police officer who contracted coronavirus two days later and became extremely unwell. PC Joe Terry was in the process of arresting drunken Steven Licorish when the year-old spat at him.
Police officer sacked for breaking lockdown and crashing car while over drink-drive limit
A police officer has been sacked after breaking lockdown rules to attend a party and then crashing her car while over the drink-drive limit. Her representative argued she had been "distressed" after recently dealing with her first sudden death while on duty, and visited her aunt's home to seek help processing it. While there she was also informed of historic sexual allegations against a family member.
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