MPs on police service reforms, cuts and strikes

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The head of the Police Federation has accused Home Secretary Theresa May of being "on the precipice of destroying" the service, but some claim it should take its share of public sector cuts.

Giles Dilnot reports on the pressure for reforms and why some feel the police service is not understood.

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