Sarah Everard vigil: Critics attacked policing ‘without knowing facts’ – Met chief

“What I was saying consistently was this is likely to be illegal, if it is illegal and people do not disperse when they’re asked to do so, we will use as much discretion as we can, we will encourage people, we will try to get them to disperse, but if they don’t disperse we will end up arresting people,” she said.

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