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Government grants extra £2.5 million for Novichok costs

Nerve agent attacks placed unprecedented pressure on one of the UK's smallest forces.

Police conducting fingertip searches of Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury (PA)

Police conducting fingertip searches of Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury (PA)

Date - 30th August 2018
By - Sophie Garrod - Police Oracle
The government has pledged a further £2.5 million to help cover the costs of Novichok-related incidents in Salisbury and Amesbury. Operational costs for Wiltshire Police are projected to exceed £10 million with the government so far...
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