Met says trial is being widened because a successful pilot scheme was too limited – but critics say hoods breach people’s rights

A trial of the controversial police spit hoods, which came to national attention after one was used on an innocent man during an arrest last year, has been extended across the whole of London, Scotland Yard has said.

Officers said an initial smaller pilot in the north-east of the capital had been successful but was too limited.

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