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Boris Johnson: 'Saj will find the money' for 20,000 police officers

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Boris Johnson: 'Saj will find the money' for 20,000 police officers

Boris Johnson: 'Saj will find the money' for 20,000 police officers

Boris Johnson has told the high-ranking team tasked with helping recruit 20,000 new police officers that the ambitious project will be complete within three years.

The Prime Minister gave an opening speech to the newly established national policing board at its first meeting on Wednesday at the Home Office.

Chaired by Home Secretary Priti Patel, the team includes Metropolitan Police Deputy Commissioner Sir Stephen House and head of counter-terrorism policing Neil Basu.


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