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I am sure it will be the same with the security services’ new powers: there will be such a tsunami of information every day that it will be impossible to determine which are the dangerous elements, so the operatives will simply go for the ‘usual suspects’.
This is what happened in the 19 century: the police did not attempt to arrest vagrants, they just used the Vagrancy Act as a quick and easy method of detaining those whom the police considered ‘needed arresting’.
Cumbria is the second largest county in England by area and with a population of just under half a million, remains one of the most sparsely populated.
The county's largest settlements, Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness, account for only 15% and 12% of the total population respectively, while only 19 others have a population of more than 2500.
In 1093 he can be seen to have had a daughter Beatrice, then married to Ribald of Richmond.
After inspecting old documents in the Cumbria County Archives (where I have had great help from the staff) I have found that some of the history that has been handed down about the previous generations has not been quite correct.
posted by Dix Preston, , on IVO DE TAILLEBOIS: Ivo Taillebois, probably brother of Ralph Taillebois, a sheriff of Bedfordshire who was dead by 1086, was a prominent administrator throughout the reign of William I and well into that of William II.
He appears to have been twice married since he was ancestor of the English family surnamed 'of Lancaster' or Taillebois who descended from the thegn Eldred, alive in 1086.
Cumbria is a diverse county with both rural and urban areas, it is one of the safest places to live, work and visit with relatively low levels of crime compared to other areas in England and Wales.
It is important to recognise that neighbourhood crime levels are compared to the Cumbrian average, not a national one.