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Some 20,000 officers from 43 police forces across England and Wales, including the Midlands, are expected to attend protests in London today.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper says the numbers of people attending demonstrates the concern that many officers are feeling.
Off duty police officers from the Midlands are travelling to London for a protest march against cuts.
Up to 20,000 officers from all 43 forces across England and Wales are expected.
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PC Marc Horsewood from Lincolnshire Police speaks to ITV News about the importance of the march in London.
He is just one of up to 20,000 police officers from forces across England and Wales travelling to London today.
This is the first police march in the capital for more than four years.
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Around 1800 police officers from the Midlands are marching in London today. The march will highlight the impact of the cuts to policing.