Mick Clocherty: Why fluffy social media use from our police forces is bad in the long run
Writer Mick Clocherty says social media's 'like and share' culture risks us giving too much of a free pass to authority
MEMES are everywhere. Everything from the top tier politics to your local kebab shop use them to convey a message on social media.
Half-priced chicken kebab? Picture of a creepy frog. Worst president ever? Picture of the chubby comic book nerd from The Simpsons. They've somehow passed through the deepest darkest recesses of the internet and into the public consciousness.