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Met police told 40% of recruits must be from BAME backgrounds

London mayor Sadiq Khan and police force agree target as part of major race action plan

Britain’s biggest police force must hire 40% of new recruits from ethnic minority backgrounds, while officers will have to justify stop and search to community panels under new plans designed to quell the race crisis engulfing Scotland Yard.

The Guardian has learned details of the new initiative on race and policing hammered out by London’s mayor and the Metropolitan police after months of negotiations.

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