Calls to arm British police rejected

The move would carry "considerable risks" and could damage relations between police and the communities, deputy prime minister says


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Calls to routinely arm police following the killing of two women officers were rejected by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who warned against any knee-jerk response to the tragedy.

Mr Clegg said the move would carry "considerable risks" and could damage relations between police and the communities they serve.

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