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David Blunkett

If anyone... seriously believes that a further exponential rise in the prison population for short-term prisoners and first-time offenders is the way to ensure our safety then they are sorely deluded.
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They should go back home and re-create their countries which we have freed from tyranny, whether it is Kosovo or now Afghanistan. I have no sympathy whatsoever with young men in their twenties who do not.
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I want to go back to a time when I was very young, when you expected the police to be part of the community and the community to be part of policing.
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We have put over 2bn in the last three years into counter-terrorism and we are developing the electronic border surveillance and identity cards
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None of us believe countering terrorism is about party politics
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I regret the time and resources needed to undertake this but... it is right to lay this accusation to rest.
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The national identity card scheme will give people confidence, convenience and security in an increasingly vital aspect ofmodern life - proving and protecting their identity. [He didn't say how]
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Politicians are just as human as anybody else.
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Member of Tony Blair's New Labour party, Home Secretary



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