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150,000 arrest records accidentally wiped from police database

Sky News Friday, 15 January 2021
150,000 arrest records accidentally wiped from police databaseHome Secretary Priti Patel must "take responsibility" for the wiping of 150,000 arrest records from police databases, the Labour Party says.
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Labour is demanding answers from Home Secretary Priti Patel after 150,000 arrest records were accidentally wiped from police databases last week. The Home Office said in a statement it was working with police to "assess the impact" of the glitch, which reportedly occurred by accident during a weekly...

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