GMP on families feuds: 'Enough is enough, This has to end'

Greater Manchester Police has warned of the threat from a long-standing feud between two criminal families in the area and has issued Osman warnings - notices given to people under threat of being murdered or seriously injured - to "a large number of individuals".

Assistant Chief Constable, Garry Shewan, said the murders of PC Fiona Bone and PC Nicola Hughes were a "watershed" moment and that the force's message was "Enough is enough. This has to end."

He added that despite everything the force has done to tackle gun crime, "tragedies still do occur".

"Tuesday's events simply make us spur on to higher and greater efforts."

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Police killings case: Man named

The second man arrested in connection with the killings of two police officers in Manchester has been named as 28-year-old Stephen Garvey. Garvey was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder.