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  • 11 August, 2017

    Railway Mission Annual Report

    Railway Mission - the charity which provides friendship and a listening ear to anyone connected with the rail network - has released its latest annual report.

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  • 25 August, 2017

    Chairman's Blog for August

    Here is your monthly blog for August, with updates on what the BTP Federation National Executive is involved with on your behalf. It has been a very busy month and this post will hopefully give you an insight into what exactly we have been doing.

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  • 27 July, 2017

    Chairman's Blog for July

    Last month I remarked how it was sad, but inevitable, that it takes a series of incidents like those in Manchester and London to remind people why, as a country, we need to invest in and value our emergency and health services.

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  • 10 July, 2017

    Body armour and back pain: a guide

    Chronic low back pain is the major musculoskeletal cause of loss of work days in the police force and body armour often gets the blame, but there are all sorts of factors that can cause back pain.

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  • 10 July, 2017

    BTP Virgin Trains Divisional Cup

    Five BTP officers are in a league of their own after organising a charity football tournament.

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  • 27 June, 2017

    Statement re Railway Policing (Scotland) Bill

    We are disappointed and frustrated that the Bill has been passed, but it's not surprising. From the outset, it was clear full integration was the sole focus of debates in Parliament, with other options being quickly dismissed with little, if any, discussion.

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  • 26 June, 2017

    Chairman's Blog for June

    Last month I circulated my blog days after the alarming terrorist events in Manchester and I thanked all of our BTP colleagues who responded to this callous attack and the rest of the emergency services who were involved. As we all sat in shock in the aftermath of such destruction I suspect many would agree that no one could have imagined what was then to follow.

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  • 19 June, 2017

    Ministers urged to suspend Railway Policing Bill

    The Chairman of British Transport Police Federation has today (Monday 19 June 2017) written to Ministers imploring them to suspend the Railway Policing (Scotland) Bill.

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  • 4 June, 2017

    Statement following the London attack

    Those who lost their lives and suffered serious injuries during last night's terrorist attack on London are in our thoughts today. The response of the emergency services undoubtedly prevented more lives being lost and we all owe the first responders - who showed exceptional courage and determination - a debt of gratitude.

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