Fight at St Leonards Warrior Square

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  1. Bletchleyite

    Bletchleyite Veteran Member

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    What's wrong with the regular laws? Byelaws are laid on top of regular laws. The regular ones still apply on the railway!
     
  2. Bletchleyite

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    That's not how it works. The railway has Byelaws (and other things like RoRA) to deal with situations specific to the railway that other laws don't cover, such as fare-dodging, which may be considered theft of a journey but actually isn't as you aren't taking something with a permanent intent to deprive. It doesn't need its own murder law, nor assault, nor public order offences etc. The ones that apply everywhere else are quite adequate.
     
  3. DarloRich

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    @800002 I think you have a fundamental misconception about "railway law".
     
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    Perhaps I do.
     

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