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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The Met said drivers aim to end pursuits before riders or members of the public are injured. Theresa May has backed "robust" police tactics for dealing with criminals who use mopeds to commit crimes such as snatching bags or phones. Footage of police ramming vehicles into scooters to knock off suspects provoked controversy, with London's Met Police saying two thieves had broken bones. The Independent Office for Police Conduct has said it is investigating three cases of "tactical contact". But when asked about the approach, the PM said it was "absolutely right". "These people on these mopeds are acting unlawfully and committing crim... Full story

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