Absolutely. It's not a resource issue. They have the database, they have the technology. All they lack is any conviction that 'this kind of incident' is worth pursuing.Many responses on Facebook sympathetic to police being under resources. I am not sure that sympathy to the police for doing a piss poor job is necessarily appropriate myself.
In other news, cyclists need to get registration plates for their bikes so they can be hunted down in case they shout abuse at any driver who got too close.Can't believe that they haven't identified the driver yet despite the pictures and a full index number.
If true that he swerved across the road then that's attempted murder.The Met said it had sent a form to the registered owner of the BMW to ask who was driving at the time.
They sent a form. Wow. Steady on lads. Doughnut anyone?https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48146525
"The Met said it had sent a form to the registered owner of the BMW to ask who was driving at the time."
If true that he swerved across the road then that's attempted murder.
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