In 2010, the British government scrapped targets for police response times to 999 calls. A Panorama survey reveals the areas where it now takes police more than 15 minutes to respond to 1 in 5 emergency calls and the constabulary where officers are taking more than an hour to arrive on the scene at almost half of their priority calls - the stage below an emergency but still requiring an emergency response. As fire services face a new round of cuts, Panorama analyses a government report which says that response times have increased by 22 per cent.