PMQs: Cameron quizzed on police numbers and helicopter


Labour's Clive Betts asked the prime minister about cuts to police services which could lead to 4,000 fewer front line offices and the South Yorkshire force losing its helicopter.

David Cameron said talking continued to ensure helicopter coverage would be maintained and that recorded crime was down under the coalition government.

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