The Prime Minister was speaking after reports that the Government could introduce 100-year sentences.
Posts Tagged: crime
Lord Ashcroft: The 25th anniversary of Crimestoppers ends on a high note – our work championed by two governments
I was proud to read a joint statement from the British and Spanish Governments signalling that both countries are preparing to call “time” on the Costa Del Crime.
This is about delivery – something lacking during the Labour years of sofa government, spin, targets and gimmicks.
This report is contemptuous of the public and the antithesis of Peelite principles.
The Tory stronghold of the Coalition Government is catching criminals – but is also revolutionising their rehabilitation
Each crime that is prevented is a victory for civilised society – a victory that we should celebrate.
The Justice Secretary sets out to correct his predecessor’s mistake – and bolster the 2015 campaign.
If I were a floating voter, I think I would find these attempts to gain my support rather patronising.
JP Floru: Property crime must be punished more severely: Why work if thieves can steal with impunity?
JP Floru is a Westminster Councillor, Senior Research Fellow of the Adam Smith Institute and writer of Heavens on Earth… Read more »
You might think that only governments can legally print money (or, these days, create it electronically), but you’d be wrong…. Read more »
Last year, the Deep End featured a Julie Bindel article on prostitution. In a more recent article for the Spectator,… Read more »
Here’s a prediction for the year 2032: The US Department of Homeland Security has obtained a "new laser-based molecular scanner"… Read more »
Peter Cuthbertson: The big flaw in Owen Jones’ “Chavs” is that he sees the working class as almost entirely passive
Peter Cuthbertson reviews the new edition of "Chavs" by Owen Jones, which was released last month. Owen Jones’ Chavs is worth… Read more »
JP Floru is Head of Programmes at the Adam Smith Institute. State action is usually less efficient than private action. … Read more »