Suffering from Anxiety and PTSD, the MET Police Federation claims London's officers are 'on their knees'

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Suffering from Anxiety and PTSD, the MET Police Federation claims London's officers are 'on their knees'

According to the Metropolitan Police Federation's latest survey, 79% of frontline officers have experienced stress and anxiety in the last year - with some also suffering from PTSD. London Live spoke with the chair, Ken Marsh. 

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