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History coursewok - Jack the Riper - question 1
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Khurram Sagir 10P
Jack the Riper Coursework
1. Describe law and order in London in the late nineteenth century
L aw and order was at a low standard during the nineteenth century this was mainly down to the reason that there had been barely any change since he middle ages. The population also increased in Britain and therefore the crime rate also increased as a result to all the crimes and murders people were becoming irritated by the police force therefore a more sufficient police force is needed to be set up.
Crimes had increased vastly in Britain through the nineteenth century due to wide range of reasons. Poverty I believe was one of the main reasons because an increase in poverty is an increase in time. The population of Britain was also on the increase this also affected the crime rate because with more people around there is more of a competition between people to gain a job and those that are left out resolve to community crimes to put food on the table. During the eighteenth hundred and eighteenth fifty risks of protesting were becoming very common. Rioting was obviously disturbing the peace and
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