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Speaker leads House of Commons in tribute to Sergeant Matt Ratana

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Speaker leads House of Commons in tribute to Sergeant Matt Ratana

Speaker leads House of Commons in tribute to Sergeant Matt Ratana

The speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle leads MPs in a minute'ssilence for police Sergeant Matt Ratana, who was killed in a shooting inCroydon, south London, on Friday, as he assisted a suspect to Croydon CustodyCentre.


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