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18 March 2015
Paul Heron reviews 'On Liberty' by Shami Chakrabati
6 June 2012
Wonga windfall: £1 billion. That's the estimated value of pay-day loan company Wonga if it decides to go ahead with floating on the stock market.
5 October 2011
What is happening to the democratic and civil liberties won over generations by working class people? In Britain, governments have used some of the repressive methods of totalitarian states
4 April 2007
Blair's crime review: TONY BLAIR has had 53 'law and order' bills passed in ten years at number ten, but still thinks he isn't being tough enough on crime yet...
14 April 2005
ALL THE main parties in this election are focusing on crime, and in particular anti-social behaviour by young people...
4 December 2004
NEW LABOUR'S general election strategy is now clear. They say "vote Labour" for tough measures on law and order and to fight the 'war on terror'...
2 October 2004
A FEW weeks ago, the Bristol Evening Post comments column commended the new powers of Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) in evicting drug dealers and their families from their homes...
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