U.K. Vows Hate-Crime Crackdown as Offenses Jump After BrexitBy
Four-year plan includes probe of police response to hate crime
Home Office pledges funds for ‘vulnerable’ places of worship
Britain ordered a review of the police response to hate crime and pledged 2.4 million pounds ($3.2 million) to help protect “vulnerable” places of worship following a sharp increase in reported offences following the European Union referendum.
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