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Met Police: London Covid-19 policing going 'very well'

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Met Police: London Covid-19 policing going 'very well'

Met Police: London Covid-19 policing going 'very well'

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick says her police officers are encouraging people to disperse or go home where necessary and people have been complying.

Dame Cressida said the force was also still catching criminals in the usual way, taking knives and guns off the streets Report by Hoffmant.

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