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Michael Gove denies Brexit campaign led to increase in hate crime despite evidence from police

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Michael Gove denies Brexit campaign led to increase in hate crime despite evidence from policeMichael Gove has denied that hate crime soared because of immigration claims made by the Leave campaign during the Brexit referendum – contradicting the police’s own conclusions....
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