Richard Garside argues in The Guardian that the narrow focus on the 'crime problem' is preventing policy makers from considering the totality of ways in which the lived experience of far too many British people is materially hard, stressful and dangerous.
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Richard Garside argues that unequal societies are more violent and harmful and that recession is bad for the health in The Guardian's Comment is Free