Priti Patel SLAMMED by former Met Detective after she took aim at the new police commissioner

Priti patel slammed by former met detective after she took aim at the new police commissioner

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Priti Patel SLAMMED by former Met Detective after she took aim at the new police commissioner” – below is their description.

Kevin Hurley, former Detective Chief Superintendent, reacts to Priti Patel’s letter to the new Met Police Commissioner in which she says the scandals of the past must not be repeated.

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