The Tories today denounced Tony Blair of being careless about the rise in rough crime Shadow Home Secretary David Davis cautioned that “violence what’s more, lawlessness” was spreading from the inward urban areas to the rural areas what’s

April 2005
The Tories today denounced Tony Blair of being careless about the rise in rough crime
Shadow Home Secretary David Davis cautioned that “violence what’s more, lawlessness” was spreading from the inward urban areas to the rural areas what’s more, showcase towns over the country
“Violent wrongdoing is rising what’s more, Mr Blair has had eight a long time to bargain with it,” he told a London news conference
Yesterday new Home Office figures appeared that brutal wrongdoing bounced by 9 per penny in Britain what’s more, Grains over the last three months of last year
A 26-year-old mother was cleared out basically sick after being wounded in the neck in an ridiculous assault at Little Bookham, Surrey
Responding to the figures today with a six-point design pointed at “striking hard at the roots of rough crime”, Mr Davis said: “Mr Blair’s smug reaction to the rise in brutal wrongdoing is to say wrongdoing is falling what’s more, his Home Secretary (Charles Clarke) indeed accepts brutal wrongdoing is falling
“That state of mind is completely typical of Mr Blair’s conduct over the last eight years Attempt what’s more, oversee the issue off the front pages with a tempest of deceiving denials ”
Mr Davis said the reality was that: “The viciousness what’s more, disorder of a few of Britain’s inward urban areas is as of now spreading to rural areas what’s more, showcase towns over the nation – Bookham, Surrey; Staffordshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire what’s more, Yorkshire
“Let me tell Mr Blair straight – life in England today is extremely extraordinary outside your security bubble “

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