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Crime is up. And when crime rises, it affects people, jobs, investment, whole communities. We deserve to feel safe when we walk around London. So I’ll hire 8,000 extra police to get criminals off our streets. And I’ll invest more in youth services, helping young people get out of crime and into work.

The Express: ‘He’s trying to look woke’ London Mayor S...

Shaun Bailey has revealed his action plan to smash the “county lines” drug networks exporting crime and addiction around Britain. In an exclusive interview with the Daily Express, the Tory candidate in next year’s London mayoral election calls for an all-out offensive against gangs who exploit children as young as 11 to spread the illegal

The Telegraph: You can’t do drugs and avoid doing harm

The excellent Shaun Bailey, Conservative hopeful for London mayor, has proposed that bosses should carry out drug tests on their employees. In an open letter, he wrote: “Drug use is not only a crime in itself; drug use is a direct cause of crime, from county lines gangs to stabbings on our streets… The purpose is

The Telegraph: Notting Hill Carnival goers will face airport style check...

Notting Hill Carnival goers will face new security screening under plans put forward today by the Conservative London Mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey to tackle London’s knife crime epidemic.  Mr Bailey said he would introduce “scan and search” technology for big events across the capital as a “non-invasive” alternative to conventional stop and search techniques. 

The Times: ‘It’s everywhere’: how cocaine became a middle-class habit

Shaun Bailey, the Tory candidate for London mayor, has condemned “polite” drug use by professionals. If Bailey wins the election next May, every company with more than 250 employees will be expected to sign a drug-testing charter, with regular tests and the results published to name and shame the worst companies. “There is a responsibility for polite

The Mirror: London’s Tory mayor candidate wants firms to test staf...

Shaun Bailey, who hopes to unseat Labour’s Sadiq Khan in London, said companies in the capital should release the number of employees who have tested positive for drugs. Mr Bailey said this would help to identify middle class cocaine users, who are fuelling the “explosion” of crime among poorer communities by purchasing drugs from criminals.

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