Are police officers ‘pandering to identity politics’ like Suella Braverman says?

Are police officers 'pandering to identity politics' like suella braverman says?

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Are police officers ‘pandering to identity politics’ like Suella Braverman says?” – below is their description.

‘What it shows is a culture within the organisation where officers are becoming increasingly scared of their own shadow and saying something wrong.’

Former Detective Chief Superintendent, Kevin Hurley reacts to the Home Secretary Suella Braverman saying ‘pandering to identity politics is a waste to time.

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