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Ian Birrell an international correspondent and Andrew Boff a London politician wonder why, when crime overall is going down, is violent crime on the increase in UK

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Ian Birrell is, in his own words, a reporter, columnist, campaigner, co-founder  citizen of the world and a bit more besides. He is also a former deputy editor of the Independent and worked as a speechwriter for David Cameron during the 2010 election campaign.

Andrew Boff is the Conservative Group Leader in the Greater London Assembly. He is a serial contender for the London Mayoral elections having stood for the Conservative nomination in 2000, 2004 and 2008 coming second on two occasions. 

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