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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Thousands of protesters march through London. The police operation for Donald Trump's controversial visit to the UK in July cost nearly £18m, it has emerged. The US president's four-day trip saw nearly 10,000 officers deployed from all over the country with over 26,000 shifts worked. Protests over the visit were held in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow. The visit coincided with increased demands on policing linked to the hot weather, summer festivals and the World Cup finals. Sara Thornton, chairwoman of the National Police Chiefs' Council, revealed the policing bill and said that "the majority of forces had to cancel officers' rest days, and extend the length of their shifts". Full story

7 days ago, 11 October

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