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The British public would not trust nor accept armed police | Hugh Orde

PUBLISHED September 20, 2012

This week has been an exceptionally sad one for the police service, with the tragic death of two officers from Greater Manchester police. Both unarmed and responding to a routine call, Fiona Bone and Nicola Hudges were killed in the line of duty, simply going about their daily job ? responding to one of the 9m calls for help that the police in this country receive each year.

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