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PC tells Manchester bombing inquiry her 2 hour break was 'unacceptable'

A British Transport Police Constable took an "unacceptable" two hour-plus break during her shift, an inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing has heard.

Sir John Saunders, Chair of the Inquiry and Sophie Cartwright, Deputy Council, arrive at Manchester Magistrates Court, Manchester for the start of the Manchester Arena bombing public inquiry.

Sir John Saunders, Chair of the Inquiry and Sophie Cartwright, Deputy Council, arrive at Manchester Magistrates Court, Manchester for the start of the Manchester Arena bombing public inquiry.

Date - 20th October 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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PC Jessica Bullough came back on patrol shortly after suicide bomber Salman Abedi walked along Victoria railway station platform towards the City Room foyer of the Manchester Arena where he detonated his home-made explosives at the end of an Ariana...
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