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Why are Northumbria Police so politically correct?

Northumbria Police

Northumbria Police are in hot water (again) over attempts to hide allegations of sexual assault by recently-arrived Syrian ‘refugees’ in Newcastle upon Tyne, in the north east of England, earlier this year.

Three young Syrian men, and a sixteen year-old boy, have been charged with various sexual offences, after a larger group of ‘refugees’ approached two teenage English girls in a park near the city centre, and sexually assaulted one of them.

Northumbria Police, and the local Daily Mirror-owned newspaper, are accused of attempting to bury the story, which only came to light after the BBC, who had been following the family of one of those accused since they arrived in Newcastle from the Middle East under the Tory government’s resettlement scheme, reported the allegations and court appearance on their website.

Earlier this month, the UKIP leader, Nigel Farage, warned of mass sex attacks, similar to those reported in Germany and Sweden, at the beginning of the year, if large numbers of Third World migrants were allowed to come to the UK. He was accused of “pandering to racism” by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who has kept strangely silent after the BBC story of a group of Syrian ‘refugees’ assaulting young girls in the north east of England was revealed.

In fact, the story was featured on the BBC’s regional TV news broadcast over the weekend, which also mentioned the attempt by Northumbria Police at a cover-up over the alleged Syrian ‘refugee’ sex attacks in Newcastle.

Why do we have such a politically correct and corrupt police force, which even the multicultural BBC won’t protect?

Is there something fundamentally wrong at the top of Northumbria Police, and other British police forces, who seek to keep allegations of mass sexual assault by Muslims and other migrants from the public?

Or is it part of a wider politically correct malaise which has infected large parts of the liberal regime, including the police, politicians and the media?

You can read the original BBC story.