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HO291/1172; article

  HO291/1172; in this article from 1968 a politician tries to use one aspect of the crime figures (crimes involving the carrying of guns) to criticise the abolition of the death penalty in 1965, which he disagreed with.

How does Duncan Sandys try to use the crime figures here?

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  Put some of the examples you have found in this Case-Study of a key factor for change affecting crime in the 20th century in your Gallery Worksheet.