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Tuesday, 9 March 2010

LABOUR/BBC GET AWAY WITH MURDER

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The Mail is reporting more bad news for Labour:

How violent crime has risen 44% after 13 years of Labour: But ministers insist it's DOWN
By James Slack

Violent crime has rocketed by 44 per cent under Labour, official Parliamentary research revealed last night.
The House of Commons Library report is the definitive independent verdict on the 13-year record of the Government.
The Tories say the research backs their claims about 'broken Britain'.
The figures are a serious and embarrassing blow to the Government - which has repeatedly insisted violent crime was down and accused the Tories of using 'dodgy' statistics.
Shadow Home Secretary Chris Grayling said: 'This new analysis confirms that the level of violent crime actually reported to police officers in police stations up and down the country is much higher than it was a decade ago.
'This just serves to underline the scale of the challenge the country faces in fixing our broken society.'
However, Home Secretary Alan Johnson repeated his claim that the Tories use 'dodgy' statistics and said violent crime was down.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1256474/How-violent-crime-risen-44-13-years-Labour-But-ministers-insist-DOWN.html#ixzz0hf2bcIFu
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I think this could easily be re-written to apply to another left-wing organisation:
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How violent crime has risen 44% after 13 years of Labour: But the BBC insist it's DOWN
By James Slack

Violent crime has rocketed by 44 per cent under Labour, official Parliamentary research revealed last night.
The House of Commons Library report is the definitive independent verdict on the 13-year record of the Government.
The Tories say the research backs their claims about 'broken Britain'.
The figures are a serious and embarrassing blow to the BBC - which has repeatedly insisted violent crime was down and accused the Tories of using 'dodgy' statistics.
Shadow Home Secretary Chris Grayling said: 'This new analysis confirms that the level of violent crime actually reported to police officers in police stations up and down the country is much higher than it was a decade ago.
'This just serves to underline the scale of the challenge the country faces in fixing our broken society.'
However, Home Affairs Editor Mark Easton repeated his claim that the Tories use 'dodgy' statistics and said violent crime was down.
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It will be interesting to see if Mark Easton blogs about this (nothing there yet of course). If he doesn't just ignore the story, I confidently predict he will (like Alan Johnson) reject it.

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