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PM challenged on police records loss

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PM challenged on police records loss

PM challenged on police records loss

Sir Keir Starmer has challenged the Prime Minister to explain the loss of records from the police database.

Mr Johnson admitted he didn't know how many cases had been affected by the issue, but the Home Office are "working around the clock" to recover the data.

Report by Etemadil.

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