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Protest hooliganism and thuggery is indefensible, says Patel

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Protest hooliganism and thuggery is indefensible, says Patel

Protest hooliganism and thuggery is indefensible, says Patel

Home Secretary Priti Patel says the “hooliganism and thuggery” witnessed in recent protests are “indefensible”, as she hailed the UK’s police.

Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, Ms Patel added the government and Prime Minister Boris Johnson “had the backs” of the officers across the country.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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