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Mark Duggan: Cameron hopes for calm after inquest

The Prime Minister says he respects the aunt of Mark Duggan for stating that the family wants its quest for justice to be pursued peacefully, rather than on the streets.

In an interview with BBC Radio London, David Cameron also said he believed that trials of body cameras for armed police in London were an 'important step forward'.

He said any loss of life was 'a matter of great regret' but judicial processes needed to be respected.

  • 09 Jan 2014
  • From the section UK
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