Labour evokes Blair’s ‘tough on crime’ slogan in bid to take on Tories

Party to unveil raft of policies and accuse Priti Patel of being ‘soft on crime, soft on the causes of crime’

Labour is attempting to take on Boris Johnson’s government over law and order with a raft of community policing policies and a clampdown on antisocial behaviour.

In an evocation of Tony Blair’s 1990s slogan, the shadow home secretary will tell delegates at Labour’s annual conference on Tuesday that Priti Patel’s department has been “soft on crime, soft on the causes of crime”.

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