Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Jon Brown And Sadiq Khan, At It Again

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"Sadiq Khan MP, Labour’s Shadow Justice Secretary, commenting on figures showing non-custodial sentences used for serious offences, said:

“The British public will rightly question why some people found guilty of very serious and violent crimes are avoiding going to prison. Victims of crime need confidence that those guilty of these serious crimes are properly punished. There is a concern that one of the reasons for so many non-custodial sentences for serious offences is to save money. For many of the most heinous offences going to prison is the only appropriate option to both punish and rehabilitate. This Government needs to get a grip on this, and ensure that dangerous and violent crimes are properly dealt with.”


Persons convicted and sentenced to immediate custody for selected offence groups at all courts, by sentence length, England and Wales, 2012:"


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Not Paedophiles, Mark.

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