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Criminals who threaten people with knives or guns as they rob them could face longer in prison, under new plans from the Sentencing Council. Guidelines are proposing to extend the maximum jail sentence from seven to twelve years, with longer terms for violent robberies in shops and banks. It comes after a Conservative...
Yvette Cooper MP, Labour's Shadow Home Secretary responding to news that the National Crime Agency is not pursuing tens of thousands of people known to have accessed...
Labour press release In response to news that the National Crime Agency are not pursuing tens of thousands of people known to have access child abuse images onlin...
All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism press release A 21-year-old man named Garron Helm, of Litherland, Liverpool has been jailed for four weeks for ...
Norman Baker defended the Government's new Criminal Behaviour Orders, brought in to replace Anti-social Behaviour Orders. "These new powers are more flexible, mo...
The number of officers at public-sector prisons in England and Wales has been cut by 41 per cent in less than four years, figures obtained by the Howard League for P...
20/10/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
19/10/2014 on Pienaar's Politics, BBC Radio 5Live
17/10/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
17/10/2014 on The World At One, BBC Radio Four
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