Public funding withdrawn from Police Federation

The Home Secretary Theresa May read the riot act to the Police Federation today following a series of scandals.

She told them, if they didn't bring in reforms themselves, the government would do it for them by law.

Federation Leaders have called her speech a vitriolic attack, but members voted to adopt some changes.

ITV News' Lewis Vaughan Jones reports.


Public funding for Police Federation to be stopped

Public funding for the Police Federation will be "stopped altogether" from August, from its current level of £190,000 a year, the Home Secretary has told the organisation's annual conference in Bournemouth.