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  1. In a few month from now I will come to uk for work, lincoln zone. I'm seeking sites or information about local laws and regulation and generally about the way of living. I have been in uk before, but only for holidays. Thanks Inviato dal mio SM-G800F utilizzando Tapatalk
  2. I read that in England authorities are allowed to kill dogs that just look likes pit bull or amstaff. This kind of behavior is considered, outside UK, a serious criminal offence, that, in some states are persecutable even if committed outside the given state. (E.G. In USA is a second degree criminal offence, as terrorism) so, however is obvious to mantain the rights and sovranity of each national reality, how a non UK officer will deal with an eventual subject that allegedly (for work our position) can be charged? There are international law that cover the question or the foreign officer are free to judge and even persecute the potential offender? Inviato dal mio HUAWEI SCL-L01 utilizzando Tapatalk