No wonder the Prime Minister is out with a defensive newspaper article on crime today.

The Conservative record is appalling: here’s a reminder of some of the lows 👇
On the Home Secretary’s watch thousands of police crime records were mistakenly deleted, risking criminals going free and denying victims justice:…
The Conservatives have overseen an appalling collapse in rape convictions, with a fall to a record low in 2020:…
Antisocial behaviour can make lives a misery and it is affecting millions more people under the Conservatives:…
Attacks on police officers have rocketed in the last year:…
Victims of crime are being failed as court delays allow violent offenders to avoid prison:…
Crime can not only be devastating for the lives of victims, it also costs the economy a fortune. Under the Conservatives the cost of crime to the economy rockets by £36bn in just five years:…
Under the Conservatives criminals have never had it so good.

@UKLabour has a plan for address violent crime, putting more police on our streets and victims at the heart of the criminal justice system.…

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18 Sep 20
Not everyone will have read the horror show that is the cross-party @CommonsPAC report on the Home Office - after 10 years of Tory control - so here are some of the low-lights: (1/6)
The Committee “remain concerned by how little evidence the Home Office has” on immigration. There are concerns the Home Office “does not make decisions based on evidence” & instead risks making them on “anecdote, assumption and prejudice” (2/6)
The Home Office has “no idea of what impact it has achieved for the £400 million spent each year by its Immigration Enforcement” (3/6)
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