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Personal view: What if the police in Bristol had stopped protesters removing the statue of a slave trader?

The policing of the Black Lives Matters protests may not have triggered a review of policing in the UK, but, says Vice President of the Police Superintendents’ Association Chief Superintendent Ian Wylie, policing must still seize the opportunity to change.

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