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Woman says London racist attack was linked to Brexit vote

The deputy chief of the Met Police has linked a rise in reports of hate crimes to the result of the EU referendum.

Scotland Yard deputy commissioner Craig Mackey said the Brexit vote appeared to have "unleashed something in people".

Brenda Crawford has been describing how she was racially abused at a bus stop.

She believes there has been a rise in hate crime since the vote.

  • 20 Jul 2016
  • From the section London