The General Election campaign trail has seen the main party leaders make headline-grabbing promises on the issues which matter most to Britons - from crime and health to immigration and the economy. The prime minister made his big pitch on crime by pledging to put an extra 20,000 police officers on Britain's streets - though critics pointed out this number simply replaces the decrease in officers over the last nine years. Labour said they plan to tackle knife crime, exam pressures and youth mental health problems by introducing more youth clubs around the country. The Lib Dems, meanwhile, have promised a £500 million investment in youth services to cut knife crime if they get into power. Which of the two main parties do you trust most to tackle crime? Have your say in our poll.
Q1. Who do you trust the most to tackle crime?
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