The Home Office said the expected benefits from the outlay would be in the region of £5 billion to £6.2 billion, including from reducing tax fraud and seizing criminal assets.
Mrs May also compared the average £180 million-a-year cost of the plans with the annual policing bill of £14 billion.
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