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Violent crime soars by 18 per cent as warnings raised on falling police numbers

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Violent crime soars by 18 per cent as warnings raised on falling police numbers in 2017. THE nation is in the grip of a surge in violent crime, figures have revealed. Shocking statistics show that offenses of violence have soared by 18 per cent in just 12 months. They come as a separate report showed the number of police officers has fallen to its lowest level since 1985. Steve White, chairman of the Police Federation which represents rank and file officers, said: “What more of a wake-up call does the government need? “Officer numbers are dropping consistently every year yet our members are having to deal with not only more crimes but the most unimaginable atrocities such as those in Westminster, Manchester and London Bridge.
Violent crimes up 18% as the number of police officers has fallen to its lowest level since 1985 “Particularly worrying is the drop in the front line and neighbourhood officers when we all know that community policing is fundamental in tackling both traditional c…

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Cameron asked for Queen''s help to stop Scottish independence

David Cameron asked the Queen for help in heading off Scottish independence after a poll before the 2014 referendum suggested a lead for those wanting to leave the union.

from Political News - International and UK Politics | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/david-cameron-wanted-the-queens-help-to-stop-scottish-independence-11813572
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Food bank demand linked to Universal Credit, charity warns

A charity that provides emergency food for those in need says that where Universal Credit exists, there's a higher demand for food banks.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/universal-credit-driving-more-people-to-food-banks-charity-warns-11813281
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Food bank demand linked to Universal Credit, charity warns

A charity that provides emergency food for those in need says that where Universal Credit exists, there's a higher demand for food banks.

from UK News - The latest headlines from the UK | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/universal-credit-driving-more-people-to-food-banks-charity-warns-11813281
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School kids suing US government over climate change

In the beautiful state of Oregon an almighty legal row with international implications is unfolding.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/school-kids-suing-us-government-over-climate-change-11812906
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School kids suing US government over climate change

In the beautiful state of Oregon an almighty legal row with international implications is unfolding.

from US News - The latest headlines from the US | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/school-kids-suing-us-government-over-climate-change-11812906
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PM to meet military chiefs on unofficial campaign trial

Boris Johnson is continuing his unofficial general election campaign with talks with military chiefs and meeting troops on a visit to an army training ground.

from UK News - The latest headlines from the UK | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/pm-to-meet-military-chiefs-on-unofficial-campaign-trial-11813483
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PM to meet military chiefs on unofficial campaign trial

Boris Johnson is continuing his unofficial general election campaign with talks with military chiefs and meeting troops on a visit to an army training ground.

from Political News - International and UK Politics | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/pm-to-meet-military-chiefs-on-unofficial-campaign-trial-11813483
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PM to meet military chiefs on unofficial campaign trial

Boris Johnson is continuing his unofficial general election campaign with talks with military chiefs and meeting troops on a visit to an army training ground.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/pm-to-meet-military-chiefs-on-unofficial-campaign-trial-11813483
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NPR News: Canadian PM Trudeau Apologizes For Brownface Costume At 2001 Party

Canadian PM Trudeau Apologizes For Brownface Costume At 2001 Party
The revelation of the photo comes as Trudeau is launching his reelection bid. "I'm pissed off at myself, I'm disappointed in myself," he said.

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UK has 12 days to submit new Brexit plan

The UK needs to submit its new Brexit deal proposal to the EU by the end of September or it will be "over", according to Finland's prime minister.

from The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News http://news.sky.com/story/uk-has-12-days-to-submit-new-brexit-plan-finlands-pm-says-11813574
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