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Armed police 'should make judgement call'

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The coroner who presided at the inquest into the death of Mark Saunders has written to the Home Secretary warning that armed police need to use their "common sense" more than what he calls "slavish adherence" to written documents and protocols. Andy Hayman, former Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police and Jenny Jones of the Met Police Authority debate if this advice is correct.


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