In March last year, the German administrative court in Koblenz deemed it legal to carry out identity checks based on an individual's skin colour alone. Apparently, what had eluded this Judge was a keener interest in the golden rule. Consider.
Victims of crime should be allowed the right to appeal to an independent body - such as the new local safer neighbourhood boards being introduced in London - if the police decide not to investigate their crime. Clear standards should be set so that we know why investigations are dropped.