A women’s charity disposes of “bad apples” at its London headquarters

Protesters from shelter on Friday (January 23) placed 1,071 rotten apples outside New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police in London, to represent police officers who were or are currently under investigation for misconduct. “The scale of wrongdoing at Metro was deeply concerning,” said Ruth Davison, executive director of the Refuge Foundation.

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