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Crime Speech

Asked what the Prime Minister’s speech on crime next week would cover, the PMOS said that he would be able to brief on the detailed content at some point next week. That said he could give them an indication of the context. No doubt they remembered the recent series of foreign policy speeches the Prime Minister had delivered. He would now be starting a series of speeches from now till the autumn on domestic matters. The first of those would be next Friday. It would be a broad based analysis of where we were in the criminal justice system and what needed to change. The Prime Minister had been consulting experts and expert opinion on a range of matters as he had for his foreign policy series. What he would be saying next week would not be related to recent events but would cover the whole context in which we addressed these matters.

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  1. The Crime rate has increased because there are more people allowed in to our country and there fore more people to commit crimes. I feel that our PM is making britain into a multi cultural country, but the muslims do not fit into society because they are not multicultural. We have to call a Christmas tree a celebration tree, we are not allowed to fly our flags when we want to. What other country would put aside all their beliefs for the sake of the upsetting the muslims. what about upsetting the brits!!! Life should mean life, not 15 years. The justice system provides justice for the criminal not justice for the victims and it is the innocent who pay to keep the criminals. The PM cannot moan about bombs going off and terroist threats because he is responsible because he allows these people to come into our country.

    Comment by Julie shaw — 23 Jun 2006 on 5:46 pm | Link

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