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Met Commissioner responds to new lockdown rules

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Met Commissioner responds to new lockdown rules

Met Commissioner responds to new lockdown rules

Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick discusses new lockdown measures amid the coronavirus pandemic.

It comes as new rules on what people can and cannot do in England have come into force as the Government eases coronavirus restrictions.

Dick says that the met has seen an apparent increase in covid related attacks on police.

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Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis head of London's Metropolitan Police Service

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Met Police 'confident' in policing new restrictions [Video]

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