'We must be tougher on kerb crawling'


The Prime Minister has signalled his intention to 'get tough' on kerb crawlers following the disappearance of three women who worked as prostitutes in Bradford.

A 40-year-old man has been accused of killing Suzanne Blamires, Shelley Armitage, and Susan Rushworth and has been remanded in custody.

Only one of the women's bodies has been found.

Speaking to BBC Look North, David Cameron said 'to lose a family member is hard enough but to lose one in these awful circumstances...is truly terrible."

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