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Serious violent crime map

I’ve been busy working and being in pain (alcohol and seedy dives with steep slippery wooden staircases are not a good combination, but codeine and sodium naproxen are excellent painkillers); apologies for lack of posting.

Luckily for those of you who come here for evidence that we’re not all going to hell in a handcart having been murdered in our beds, Mark Easton at the BBC has been busy researching the data – and has an excellent post on levels of serious violence by geography, which also highlights the falling levels of serious violent crime.

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  1. Henk Van Vleck
    November 29, 2008 at 10:20 pm | #1

    I'd like to see that with the regions' size on map proportional to population.

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