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Rory Geoghegan, Founder of The Public Safety Foundation argued that the police risked losing the support of British people if it continued to follow such ideological paths.

Mr Geoghegan, who advised Boris Johnson on tackling crime between 2020 and 2022 and set up The Public Safety Foundation, said that the use of the term ‘Afriphobia’ was evidence that the police were continuing to use ‘contested language’.

The former officer said: ‘If police chiefs are to retain the confidence of the majority of British people, they must wake up to the divisive political activism and ideology that some of them appear captured by.’

Read more at the Daily Mail.

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