Tackling knife crime must top to-do list

By Bob Neill | 20 March 2019
  • Bob Neill

There’s a palpable frustration in Westminster, and across the country as a whole, that Brexit, or more specifically, the lack of progress and uncertainty around Brexit, is a deeply unhelpful distraction from what are a number of serious and growing domestic concerns.

At a time of such uncertainty, it would be all too easy for us to take our foot off the pedal of domestic politics. Let’s be clear though: marking time in such a way would do a great disservice to the people we represent.

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