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Tesco gives workers bodycams after rise in violent attacks

Chief executive says chain has invested heavily in security and assaults have rise by a third in a year

Tesco’s chief executive has called for a change in the law to make abuse or violence towards retail workers an offence across the UK.

Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Ken Murphy said the supermarket chain has offered body-worn cameras to members of staff who need them after seeing physical assaults rise by a third in a year.

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