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Police pick up the pieces when the care system in place to support dementia sufferers fail, say families. Officers say in many cases, they are not the best people to respond.

Police say they're dealing with an increasing number of people suffering from dementia. Families say the police are often called because the support services that are in place to care for people have broken down. Also, are the checks at Britain's ferry ports tough enough to stop rabies entering the country.

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