Commissioner says force is financially stretched as outgoing Lancashire chief says cuts have left people feeling less safe

The Metropolitan police commissioner has warned that her force is financially stretched and that she needs more money to “do the job” of policing the capital in the aftermath of the Westminster, London Bridge and Finsbury Park terrorist attacks.

Cressida Dick said she was in talks with the Home Office and the mayor about funding, while a string of other chief constables joined her in warning about the impact of past cuts and future funding changes.

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