Opposition Day — Crime and Policing — Police Funding — 8 Sep 2010 at 18:45
The majority of MPs voted to support the Government's proposed policing reforms which include reducing police funding to help reduce the national deficit.
The text of the approved motion read:
"That this House
- notes the appalling fiscal deficit left by the last Government and reiterates the urgent need to restore the nation to economic health;
- recognises that the police will need to play their part in reducing that deficit; and
- welcomes the Government's proposed policing reforms, which will deliver a more responsive and efficient police service, less encumbered by bureaucracy, more accountable to the public and, most importantly, better equipped to fight crime."
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