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In the wake of the sentencing of Wayne Couzens who killed 33-year-old Sarah Everard back in March, Kaye, Frankie, Katie and Jane discuss how the police should move forward, and how we all should approach ‘calling out’ inappropriate behaviour. Plus, some of our ladies detail experiences they have had with police in the past.

From series 25, broadcast on 01/10/21

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