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More recently, industry experts revealed that cases where motorists are given a fine and penalty points for a single offence have risen by a fifth over five years, indicating the punishments are getting much, much harsher, even for minor offences.
The initiative, which is co-ordinated by the National Police Chief's Council (NPCC), will see targeted operations and education to raise awareness of the dangers of being distracted while driving and the harsher penalties for the offence.
He also called for harsher penalties for the abduction of infants.
Mr Singleton said: "We need harsher sentences so people think twice about injuring police officers.
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When he's bought, he's exactly the same player but as soon as the price tag comes in, people want to have a bit harsher opinion.
Match referees have been instructed to issue harsher fines at the World Cup, which starts Saturday, and Richardson said repeat offenders could be suspended.
The punishments will now be different and harsher," said Dr Amin Al Amiri, Assistant Undersecretary for Medical Practice and Licensing at the ministry.
A vote in the US House of Representatives in favor of harsher economic sanctions for Iran, days before the president's inauguration, could be counterproductive, explains Trudy Rubin of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The government wants a smaller haircut and the Central Bank of Cyprus is pushing for harsher measures.
Therefore, he suggests that Macedonia, too, should assume a harsher position to the name issue talks and even consider pulling out of them altogether.
Summary: Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour promised Wednesday to step up government action to help children, and urged the adoption of harsher punishment for kidnappers in light of recent abductions targeting minors.