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Officers will be quicker to enforce COVID rules due to 'severe' crisis, says policing minister

Sky News Tuesday, 12 January 2021 ()
Officers will be quicker to enforce COVID rules due to 'severe' crisis, says policing ministerPolice will be quicker to enforce coronavirus rules during England's latest national lockdown due to the "severe" crisis the country faces, the crime and policing minister has told Sky News.
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