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Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner candidate says 'cops must not be scared to offend'
A candidate for Bedfordshire's police and crime commissioner role has said 'police need to stop being scared of offending people' after calling for a burka ban in the county.
Toni Bugle who is running for the English Democrats and is the founder of Mothers Against Radical Islam And Sharia, which has previously been linked to groups such as the English Defence League, has spoken out about why she's going for the role in the May election.
Her suggestions include: big business paying for policing; burkas banned as they can be used to protect the identities of criminals; and that police must stop worrying about being 'politically correct' to do their job.
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