Sarah Everard: ‘I’m calling on Cressida Dick to resign’ – Harriet Harman

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sarah Everard: ‘I’m calling on Cressida Dick to resign’ – Harriet Harman” – below is their description.

The Mother of the House of Commons has called on Dame Cressida Dick to resign from the Metropolitan Police following the murder of Sarah Everard.

Harriet Harman believes the forces Commissioner is not the person to reform the organisation after Sarah was murdered by a serving officer.

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