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Moreover, the Home Office estimates that around 17 per cent of the total population (approximately 7 million people) perceive there to be ‘high levels’ of anti-social behaviour in their area (Home Office, 2006a). 7 per cent at the end of 2004 (Home Office, 2004b). Burney (2005: 60) has argued, however, that because people living in different locales identify different types of behaviour as being more problematic than others,7 that these variations in fact negate the effectiveness of having a wide definition of anti-social behaviour because of its illogical categorisation of such widely varied phenomena within one annotation.
Alternatively, other commentators have sought to advance a perspective on Michael Howard’s decision-making on crime policy as determined by his own sensibilities and attitudes to law and order, as opposed to a hastily formatted response to New Labour’s attack. For example, in evidence to the Select Committee on Home Affairs, it was argued that: ‘[Michael Howard’s] predecessors in office, void of their own ideas, were victims of a well established anti-prison lobby whose grip on Home Office policy-makers was absolute.