Essex Police reveal hate crime spike since EU referendum
Politics / Tue 5th Jul 2016 at 09:56am
ESSEX Police have revealed that there has been an increase in hate crime complaints since the EU Referendum.
Assistant Chief Constable, Maurice Mason told Thurrock Council that there had been 46 complaints in the seven days since the referendum.
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