Rudd: Don't point finger of blame at intelligence services
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London attack: Amber Rudd says don't point finger of blame at intelligence services

Home Secretary Amber Rudd warns against pointing "any finger of blame" at intelligence services after the London attack.

She told the BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg that although the attacker was known to them, it did not mean "24 hour cover".

Ms Rudd said that the intelligence services do a "fantastic job" and that people should "give them the space they need" to do it.

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