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Exclusive: UK supermarkets expect police support if London in lockdown - industry source

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020 ()
British supermarkets are expecting to get police support to deter unruly behavior if London goes into lockdown to contain the coronavirus outbreak, according to an industry source.
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