THE police raid that snatched 114 eco-protestors from their hidey-hole at a Notts primary school this week must have been a finely tuned operation.
Just imagine the briefing – a room full of balaclava clad bobbies and a sergeant in body armour at the front, standing next to a flip chart with a picture of a see-saw on it.
“Stay sharp men,” he’d say. “I’ve seen better officers than you lot taken out by less than a see-saw before – and we haven’t even talked about the adventure playground yet.”
Pick up a copy of the Post for the Parliamentary Correspondent's column tomorrow.
UPDATE: Read it here.
Thursday, 16 April 2009
Posted by Lobbydog at 16:03