Neighbourhood policing provides ‘the intelligence crucial to preventing attacks’, says Sara Thornton

A senior police chief has criticised the government saying it wants to cut the money going to police to thwart terrorist plots.

Sara Thornton, chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council, said the cuts come at a time of unprecedented threat, with Britain having suffered five attacks in the past six months, with more feared.

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