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Sgt Matt Ratana honoured at police memorial service

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Sgt Matt Ratana honoured at police memorial service

Sgt Matt Ratana honoured at police memorial service

Police officers marched through the streets of London in tribute to Sergeant Matt Ratana.

The New-Zealand-born Met officer was killed in the line of duty last September.

Report by Burnsla.

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