Home Secretary Theresa May set out new plans on deporting suspected foreign criminals at the Conservative Party conference today.
She said under a new Conservative government offenders would be sent home before their appeals are heard.
She also promised again to pull Britain out of the European Human Rights Act.
ITV News UK Editor Lucy Manning listened to Mrs May's speech:
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