Cressida Dick says it will be ‘incredibly demanding’ for force to find £400m in extra savings on top of £600m cuts already made

The Metropolitan police commissioner has said it is “incredible to think” that the force she runs is being asked to save hundreds of millions of pounds more and warned it would make it harder to fight crime.

Cressida Dick told reporters it would be “incredibly demanding” for the Met to find £400m more in annual savings on top of the £600m a year of cuts it had already made.

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