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A government initiative to combat gang crime and youth violence in England's worst-affected areas is "working", Theresa May has said. In a report, seen by the BBC, the Home Secretary said the drive was giving "effective leadership" against gangs and highlighted a fall in youth violence among its successes.
Labour party press release Sadiq Khan MP, Labour's Shadow Justice Secretary, responding to Capita taking over responsibility for electronically tagging criminals...
MoJ press release The Government is currently at preferred bidder stage in the competition to introduce state-of-the-art satellite tagging, allowing us to track da...
Lord Justice Treacey said the new sentencing guidelines on sex offences would focus on the victims. "It seeks to focus very much on the effects of the crime on th...
Labour press release Diana Johnson MP, Labour’s Shadow Crime and Security Minister, responding to a government review on legal highs, said: “The Home Secretary...
Labour press release Sadiq Khan MP, Labour’s Shadow Justice Secretary, responding to the NAO Report 'Managing the prison estate', said: “This NAO report confirm...
12/12/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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