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Met on Lockdown: We need the public to help us

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Met on Lockdown: We need the public to help us

Met on Lockdown: We need the public to help us

Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick says officers 'need the public to help' as lockdown starts to ease - adding added that her force has become bigger, stronger and more agile in recent months.

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