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Try Alt 0163
£ (from my cell, not the PC's keyboard)
Try Alt 0163
Edit: I'm never going to remember that.
£ Oh, it worked on my PC as well. Thanks Meddly!
A London police officer has been suspended after footage emerged of him kneeling on the neck of a black man during an arrest.Read more from SBS News
Looks like lawful restraint to me!
>>>The white officer stopped kneeling on the suspect after he protested at his treatment, and the man was later shown sitting up and speaking with the officers while in handcuffs.<<<<<<<<<
So, problem was resolved on the spot. Don't resist arrest and comply with the police when they tell you to do something, and you wont find yourself in that situation! Suspension is an overreaction!!
I just find it staggering that any police officer would kneel on someone's neck.
Have they been oblivious to world events for the last month?
Buckingham Palace releases details of Princess Beatrice's surprise wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, saying she wore a vintage dress and a tiara lent to her by her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.Read more from www.abc.net.au
In this case no harm was done, so no problem.
Don't resist arrest, don't argue with cops, and then there would be no need for hard restraint!