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Issues: Home affairs and justice

From tackling terrorism to preventing knife crime, our elected bodies have always been riven with deep divisions about home affairs. With some exceptions, for example immigration, these policy areas are devolved to Scotland - but not to Wales or Northern Ireland.

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The BBC's home editor, Mark Easton, writes a blog.

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Crimewatch, the BBC's long-running programme on policing the UK, provides on its website a great deal of material relating to justice.

All current programmes relating to crime and justice are compiled in a section on the iPlayer site.

BBC health publishes information on understanding drug use and addiction here.





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