What did the main parties say about criminal justice at conference?
The Independent reports on plans by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling to ban repeat cautions.
As shadow Home Secretary Chris Grayling gave a keynote speech to the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies in 2009. In the speech he described the use of cautions as a 'safe option' that was 'likely to reinforce a pattern of reoffending'. He continued:
The shadow Home Secretary, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, gave a keynote speech to the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies setting out the Conservative Party's thinking on criminal justice.