We know how traumatic it is when a family member dies, and the people around us are usually very sympathetic and quick to offer their support. But what about when we lose a much loved pet like a dog or a cat? People often don’t treat this as seriously, and many fail to appreciate just how much it is possible to love our pets. The death of a pet can be every bit as traumatic to the owner as losing a member of their family.
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Skelleftea roster packed with d men last year but Broberg has no shortage of talentThis in from Swedish hockey website Hockey Sverige, news that Edmonton Oilers d man Philip Broberg will play in Sweden for Skellefte next year. It sounded like Holland wasn’t keen about the idea of Broberg staying in Sweden and getting little ice time when he could be munching minutes with Hamilton of the OHL. But perhaps Broberg will get the time on ice he needs at Skellefte.
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Prison officers want support after a rise in violent attacks, such as slashing of Stuart Sproull (L) in Shotts jailGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe brutal feud between the notorious Lyons and Daniel crime clans is being played out in jail as they carry out vendettas.The rivalry has fuelled record numbers of attacks on staff and inmates.As gang warfare turns Scotland’s jails into battlegrounds, whistleblowing warders have lifted the lid on our powderkeg prisons.One prison officer said: “Whatever was happening on the outside keeps on happening inside.”Official statistics reveal record numbers of attacks on staff and inmates, fuelled by bitter rivalries imported from the streets of Glasgow, and the flow of New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) into jails.Man detained in State Hospital in Carstairs after slashing Shotts Prison officerAnd now prison officers have spoken out in the Daily Record to demand better support for staff and warned that a smoking ban later this year will spark chaos.One whistleblower, an experienced officer, said the main problem comes from factions from the Lyons and Daniel crime clans, who have terrorised the north of Glasgow with their drug feud for 20 years.He said: “Police have become better at catching these people after they blast each other to death or run big drug operations and that means there are more of them in jail.”Whatever was happening on the outside keeps on happening inside and whatever vendettas were established are still in place. The problem multiplies because gangs will pay “fire ins” to do the dirty work, so the organised crime tentacles stretch.Notorious hitman targeted in prison attack and three times “We used to dilute the problem by dispersing the main players around the six main prisons but that is no longer a solution, as the affiliations have been established everywhere.”Statistics show assaults on prison staff are up 75 per cent in the past four years. Serious prisoner on prisoner assaults went from 66 to 94 from 2014 to 2018 up 42 per cent, despite the number of staff and inmates reducing slightly.In 2017 18, there were 15 serious assaults on staff up 280 per cent on the previous year.Absentee rates from long term sickness are also through the roof, which officers blame in part on attacks and stress of the job.Our whistleblower questioned claims by outgoing chief inspector of prisons David Strang we should be “proud” of how are prisons are run.Prison violence uncovered as we list high profile inmates attacked behind barsHe said: “I’m not sure we should be proud of a situation that is worse than ever.