Met Chief vows to be racists' enemy

Britain's top officer - Bernard Hogan-Howe - has vowed to become an "implacable enemy" of racists at Scotland Yard

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Report: Commissioner says Scotland Yard must deal with black suspects better

The Metropolian Police Commissioner has said Scotland Yard must deal better with black suspects.

Speaking on LBC Radio, Bernard Hogan Howe pledged to deal with all allegations of abuse. He also said he wanted at least one in three police officers in London to be from an ethnic minority.

Ten cases of alleged racism are currently being investigated by the police watchdog.

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