Priti Patel to warn criminals 'we are coming after you' as the Tories get tough ...

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Ms Patel, who previous said she wanted felons to 'feel terror', will build on plans to put 20,000 more police on the beat

Ms Patel, who previous said she wanted felons to 'feel terror', will build on plans to put 20,000 more police on the beat

Home Secretary Priti Patel will warn criminals 'we are coming after you' today as she unveils plans designed to make the Tories the party of law and order again.

The tough-talking minister will announce a £10mllion plan to arm more police officers with stun guns when she addresses the Conservative Party conference in Manchester this afternoon.

Ms Patel, who previous said she wanted felons to 'feel terror', will build on plans to put 20,000 more police on the beat amid fears of a violent crime epidemic in Britain's cities that has seen the party come under political attacks.

In her conference speech, Ms Patel will say: 'As we renew our place as the party of law and order in Britain, let the message go out from this hall today: To the British people - we hear you.

'To the police service: We back you.

'And to the criminals, I simply say this: We are coming after you.'

The tough-talking minister will announce a £10mllion plan to arm more police officers with stun guns when she addresses the Conservative Party conference in Manchester

The tough-talking minister will announce a £10mllion plan to arm more police officers with stun guns when she addresses the Conservative Party conference in Manchester 

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland will unveil an end the controversial release of hardened offenders half way through their jail terms later today

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland will unveil an end the controversial release of hardened offenders half way through their jail terms later today

Her speech comes as Justice Minister Robert Buckland unveiled plans to make serious sexual and violent criminals serve at least two-thirds of their jail sentences.

In a dramatic move to restore the party’s reputation for being tough on crime, ministers will end the controversial release of hardened offenders half way through their jail terms.

Mr Buckland will unveil the landmark move today along with radical plans to force thousands of drunken yobs and drink drivers to wear electronic ‘sobriety bracelets’.

All judges will be given the power to force drunken offenders to wear the US-style tags in an effort to tackle booze-fuelled crime. The tags

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