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That this House notes with concern that a number of raids of various locations in London were undertaken on 28 April 2011 by the Metropolitan Police in what appears to have been a pre-emptive strike against any potential protestors prior to the Royal wedding the following day; considers that this was a disproportionate response, using large numbers of police officers who would have been better deployed in tackling crime and preventing terrorism; and calls on the Home Secretary and the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to provide a report to the House on the planning, execution and outcome of these raids.
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