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Home Sec responsible for criminals walking free, Labour says

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Home Sec responsible for criminals walking free, Labour says

Home Sec responsible for criminals walking free, Labour says

Nick Thomas-Symonds says Home Secretary Priti Patel will be "responsible for criminals walking free", after thousands of records were accidentally deleted from the police national computer due to a coding error.

The shadow home secretary also accused Ms Patel of "hiding", and called on her to make a statement regarding the blunder.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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