The Guardian, 10 November 2015

The Guardian reviewed Home Secretary Theresa May’s speech on policing, security and immigration reform, held by Reform.  It highlighted her argument that reform can be delivered at the same time as spending cuts, as evidenced by the achievements of her ““quiet revolution” in policing” so far:

“Crime had continued to fall by a quarter since 2010, the number of officers in frontline policing had increased, while the backlog in asylum cases was cleared and the border made more secure, she said.”

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