The Sun Online is making history today by hosting the first ever podcast by a British Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister entered the digital age yesterday with an interview about his plans to end anti-social behaviour on Britain's streets.

During the five-minute podcast, the PM is questioned by Sun political editor George Pascoe-Watson on his new "respect" agenda.

He urges people to "shop a yob" and promises tough new powers for police to close rowdy pubs, take drug dealers' money and evict people who cause mayhem.

Mr Blair said: "None of us alone, not even Government, can put respect back at the heart of our communities.

"But acting together we can - and we will."

Download the podcast here.

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