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Sir Alan Sugar's dismay at 'broken' Britain

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14 05 08 - 06:06
Sir Alan Sugar has criticised the state of modern Britain and called for billions of pounds to be invested in the police force to tackle yob culture.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun newspaper, the Amstrad tycoon, 61, demanded "radical" investment from the Government to put thousands more police on the streets.

He said: "It has gone bloody mad out there. It really is Broken Britain. Something needs to be done and it has got to be radical. No half measures.
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Putting more police on the streets is not the solution. Clamping down on the illegal drugs trade and stopping immigration would be far more useful. The government wants both of these aspects to flourish, whatever they pretend to the contrary.

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