Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Ex-Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police speaks out about why misogyny is needed as a...

Many women and girls every day experience can include being followed home by a man aggressively sexually propositioning her and refusing to take no...

Explained: The figures which show Nottingham women’s daily battle with misogyny

Misogyny Misogyny became classed as a hate crime in Nottinghamshire in 2016 after Nottinghamshire police and the Nottingham Women’s centre joined together to allow misogyny...

Only 1 in 5 misogyny hate crime reports in Nottinghamshire are given legal action.

Recent data from the Nottinghamshire police showed that between April 2016- December 2018, there were 264 reports of misogyny, however only 1 in 5...

Less than 5% of incidents of Hate Crimes reported on University Campuses across the...

From data collected from universities across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland only 4.6% of hate crimes that occurred on university property were reported...

7 alarming facts about Nottinghamshire’s fly-tipping problem

The number of cases is decreasing The number of fly-tipping cases in Nottingham has decreased since 2014/15 up to now – with over 3500...

Explained: How much is fly-tipping costing us?

Litter, recycling and fly-tipping is high up on the local environmental agenda. Figures show that fly-tipping is a widespread problem in the UK, with...

The parking system is wrong – Barrie Segal

The year 1991 was a sea change for motorists, because in that year the government introduced new legislation to do with parking enforcement. No longer...

Nottingham City Council cash in on £35 million profited parking fines

Figures show that the city council have made roughly £35 million on parking tickets alone in the past 10 years. 2018 has been a record...

Budget cuts causing a detrimental impact on schools

Budget cuts are effecting schools across Nottinghamshire which has impacted class sizes and the provision of creative subjects. The introduction of Academies was said...

Education cuts – what do they really mean for our schools?

The lack of money in our education system is having a shocking effect on our schools. Anna Golden, headteacher of East Midlands' All Saints'...

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