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Fed to Phil: We know our priorities as children are dying on the streets of Britain

Policing reacts with 'amazement' to Chancellor's plea to shift resources from 'low priority' crime to knife crisis.

Chancellor Philip Hammond: Accused of

Chancellor Philip Hammond: Accused of "prioritising balancing the books"

Date - 7th March 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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Snubbed rank-and-file officers have demanded an “essential voice” in the national emergency debate as the government showed its hand in urging manpower resources be shifted away from low priority crime onto knife violence. The Police...
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