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Labours policy on antisocial behaviour orders (asbos)

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Do you support the use of Antisocial Behaviour Orders (ASBOs)?

  Public statementsYes, ASBOs deter troublemakers from becoming criminals

Labours answer is based on the following data:

Public statements

Answer: Yes, ASBOs deter troublemakers from becoming criminals

Reference: “ASBOs were the flagship policy at the heart of New Labour's crime crackdown. Introduced in 1998, they allowed councils to apply ...” ‐vice.com

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Party’s support base

Labour Party Voters’ Answer: Yes, ASBOs deter troublemakers from becoming criminals

Importance: Least Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 1,078 voters that identify as Labour.

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