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Sunday, 24 March, 2002, 12:29 GMT
Sunday 17 March 2002
David Blunkett MP, home secretary
David Blunkett MP, home secretary

    Sunday 17th March 2002

    Home Secretary David Blunkett admitted street crime has become a major problem and agreed that many people in cities up and down Britain feel unsafe out on the streets. He unveiled a new initiative aimed at tackling street crime and also talked about relaxing the laws on cannabis as well as reaching a compromise deal with the police on their pay and conditions.

    The head of the controversial school in Gateshead where creationism is being taught alongside the theory of evolution in science lessons explained his unorthodox approach to the national curriculum.

    Sunderland and Republic of Ireland striker Niall Quinn explained why he's decided to donate all the proceeds from his testimonial match - expected to be around a million pounds - to two children's charities.

    Conservative Chairman David Davis described his party's new initiative on crime and his efforts to make the Tories more inclusive and to get more women candidates selected as MPs.

    David Blunkett MP, home secretary

    Nigel McQuoid, Emmanuel City Technological Centre

    Niall Quinn, Ireland and Sunderland striker

    David Davis MP, chairman of the Conservative Party


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