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Archive for the ‘Crime’ Category

Adopt a Street

by derekdeedman on 14 May, 2015

Many people may have heard of the project called “Adopt a Street” set up by Horsham District Council to help those who would like to tidy up a piece of land or a specific area.  The Council will supply all the relevant tools needed for the task, basic health and safety training, litter picking sticks, […]

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The plans include: Adopting the approach used in Portugal, where those arrested for possession of drugs for personal use are diverted into treatment, education or civil penalties that do not attract a criminal record. Legislating to end the use of imprisonment for possession of drugs for personal use, diverting resources towards tackling organised drug crime […]

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Nick Clegg calls for fewer women behind bars

by derekdeedman on 28 February, 2015

Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is calling for fewer women offenders to be put behind bars. In a speech on Liberal Democrat justice policy on Monday, Nick will describe the plight of thousands of abused and vulnerable women imprisoned in England and Wales as a “litany of despair.” He will highlight the […]

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An amendment to the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill was withdrawn following pressure from Lib Dem Peers who have raised arguments against the proposed legislation throughout the Bill’s passage through the Lords The amendment, led by the Conservative Peer Lord King, would have seen a copycat of the previously blocked Data Communications Bill (rejected by the […]

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Good things Nick Clegg has done

by derekdeedman on 8 January, 2015

By Caron Lindsay | Wed 7th January 2015 – 7:48 am It was Nick Clegg’s 48th birthday yesterday and we at Liberal Democrat Voice obviously wish him a happy day and successful year ahead. I thought it might be a good idea (with a little help from LDV colleagues) to take a look at some […]

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Tougher measures to tackle child abuse

by derekdeedman on 6 October, 2014

POSTED BY THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS ON 05 OCTOBER, 2014 @ 7:13 PM A raft of measures aimed at tackling child abuse and protecting whistleblowers was backed by Liberal Democrats today. Baroness Joan Walmsley and Baroness Sal Brinton said current rules did not go far enough and more needed to done to protect victims and people wanting to report abuse. […]

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POSTED BY THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS ON 05 OCTOBER, 2014 @ 3:55 PM The Liberal Democrats have today passed new party policy which would mean a comprehensive new approach on drugs. The plans come alongside wide ranging plans to reduce crime set out at the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow, and against a backdrop of falling crime figures since the party entered government. The Liberal Democrats are […]

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The research, carried out by Ipsos Mori from a phone survey of 1,015 people aged 16 to 75, lists ten misconceptions held by the British public. Among the biggest misconceptions are: – Benefit fraud: the public think that £24 of every £100 of benefits is fraudulently claimed. Official estimates are that just 70 pence in […]

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The following vehicle EG03 NLJ a Red Vauxhall Combo van is believed to be involved in break ins to properties in the Horsham area. Any sightings please contact Sussex police on 101 with any information,

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Nick Clegg: “Don’t put mentally ill kids in cell”

by derekdeedman on 18 February, 2014

By The Voice | Tue 18th February 2014 – 8:52 am One of the many horrible injustices faced by people in the throes of a mental health crisis is that, rather than get the medical help they need, they’re locked up in a police cell. Norman Lamb and Nick Clegg have been doing something to ensure that […]

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