Boris Johnson: Women must be properly heard on violent crimes, says PM after Sarah Everard vigil

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Boris Johnson: Women must be properly heard on violent crimes, says PM after Sarah Everard vigil” – below is their description.

Boris Johnson has said women must be “properly heard” when they make “serious complaints” about violence, in the wake of the Sarah Everard case.

Speaking during a visit, the Prime Minister said he backed “Cress” – Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick – despite the “very distressing” scenes from the Clapham Common vigil.

He noted that the case had “triggered this wave of feeling from women who do worry about their safety at night”, and that the Government “must do everything we can to find the answers”.

Read the latest developments on this story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/03/15/sarah-everard-vigil-met-police-protest-bill-cressida-dick-priti/

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