In Britain, Prime Minister Hails Targeting of ‘Yob’ Culture

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair today hailed the government’s controversial anti-social behaviour orders as “immensely positive.” Asbos, as the dispersal orders are known in Britain, were introduced in 1999 to try to control juvenile delinquency. Increasingly, hooliganism is viewed as a serious threat to public peace across the country, reports the U.K. Guardian. Blair said,
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