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Cressida Dick: ‘We police are all mourning a great loss’

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Cressida Dick: ‘We police are all mourning a great loss’

Cressida Dick: ‘We police are all mourning a great loss’

Met Commissioner Cressida Dick has paid tribute to an officer who was killed whilst on duty in Croydon in the early hours of Friday morning.

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