Priti Patel announces inquiry into how ‘monster’ Wayne Couzens was able to work as police officer

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Priti Patel announces inquiry into how ‘monster’ Wayne Couzens was able to work as police officer” – below is their description.

Priti Patel has launched an inquiry into how murderer Wayne Couzens became and remained a Metropolitan police officer before kidnapping, raping and killing Sarah Everard.

She also vowed to toughen measures to deal with “so-called eco-warriors” in a bid to stop them causing “misery” around the country after Insulate Britain blocked transport routes on multiple occasions over the past month.

Elsewhere in her speech to the Conservative Party conference in Manchester on Tuesday, she signalled an end to repeat asylum seeker appeals.

Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/10/05/priti-patel-announces-inquiry-wayne-couzens-able-work-police/

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