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COVID-19 Watch: Behind Closed Doors

Newsy Wednesday, 27 May 2020
COVID-19 Watch: Behind Closed DoorsWatch VideoWhile staying at home has been a way to protect ourselves from this new virus, for some, home is not a safe place. As the weeks of shutdown orders have ticked by, their lives have become more and more dangerous.

"This pandemic, as an unintended outcome has resulted in silencing survivors," said Kristin Shrimplin,...
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News video: Hopkins: Behind-closed-doors game in 1980 policed 'comfortably'

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Former Met Police Stadium Commander Doug Hopkins recalls how policing West Ham's 1980 Cup Winners' Cup tie against Real Madrid B, held behind closed doors at Upton Park, was achieved "quite comfortably".

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