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You can put the knives in your bin. It is advisable to ensure that they are packaged securely so as not to cause injury to any persons.With the introduction of wheelie bins everything is done by machine so that likelihood of injury has been vastly...Read More
If a person sends threatening/abusive/offensive messages to another person via Facebook, Twitter, or any other social networking site, they could be committing an offence. The most relevant offences are 'harassment' and 'malicious communications.......View full answer
If the vehicle is blocking access to your driveway you should first make enquiries with the neighbours to see if they know who the car belongs to, so they can move it. In most areas local councils have now taken on responsibility for enforcing p......View full answer
There are three categories of offensive weapons:1. Items that are made for the purpose of causing injury and have no other practical purpose in the normal world (and are offensive weapons per se) - Examples are flick knives, daggers, knuckleduster......View full answer