£25m 'would more than replace lost officers'
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Police devolution cash 'would more than replace lost officers'

Welsh police forces would be £25m a year better off if the service was devolved, a Plaid Cymru MP has claimed.

Liz Saville Roberts challenged Theresa May at Prime Minister's Questions, saying Wales had lost 750 officers since the Tories took power in 2010.

Mrs May said crime was at a record low, and that the Conservatives had protected police funding since 2015.

She also pointed to the creation of the National Crime Agency and a national cyber crime unit as boosting resources.

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