Not the media:
A significant obstacle restricting a full understanding of the report's rationale is that the panel decided not to talk to the press.*gasp* How very dare they?
Not the local MP:
Mr Wicks said the panel had "consistently given the benefit of the doubt to the police" and had "failed to reflect the anger and pain of victims".His main beef seems to be that it didn't adequately put the blame on the violent, greedy, acquisitive street gangs who took the opportunity to go on a mass crime spree and...
Wait, That's not right.
The review has been criticised for washing over several key issues, particularly the underlying ones beyond mere criminality, which may have motivated the rioters.Ah. I see where we are now. Firmly in 'Guardian' territory. Still, maybe the MP is just saying what he knows his constituents want to hear?
Cllr Fitzsimons believes the report has addressed these questions.Looks like the answer they'll get, at least according to their MP, is 'No, and they should have, god damn it!'...
He said: "We spent quite a lot of time talking about the underlying social causes and I know you could write a whole text book on just London Road without even looking at other areas.
"The report acknowledges that there are tensions in the area.
"If you go back to last September when this inquiry was first called for, a lot of the response I got was 'you're not going to go down the wishy-washy liberal line, are you?'"
Well, you all know what to do, don't you? Vote the troughing swine out the next chance you get!
Or....don't. And see more rioting. Over to you.