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Tory backtrack on knife crime

Tory backtrack on knife crime
The Conservatives will abandon their pre-election pledge that anyone found carrying a knife can expect to be sent to jail. Ken Clarke said the policy was unaffordable. The government will today publish a green paper on sentencing. Keith Vaz has expressed disappointment in the u-turn.

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