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National crime agency 'makes sense'

Home Secretary Theresa May is announcing plans to create a National Crime Agency, a new organisation to tackle serious and organised crime in the UK.

Home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw talks about what is being billed as "the powerful new body of operational crime fighters."

And Peter Neyroud, former head of the National Police Improvement Agency, considers if this is Britain's answer to the FBI.

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