Police leader fires warning and calls for more help on the frontline

'Officers will have to let violent thugs go free': Police chief warns PCs need more help from the public after officer was kung fu kicked into the path of an oncoming bus as witnesses simply stood by and filmed Ken Marsh, who represents almost 30,000 of the rank and file, condemned a 'walk on by' culture in which witnesses film violent scuffles instead of trying to stop them. The Police Federation chairman spoke out after an appalling video emerged of a yob using a karate kick to send a policewoman into the path of a bus.

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Will Scottish Tories be filleted and gutted for backing May?

Dominic Raab, who resigned as Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit minister on Thursday, is a smooth-talking former lawyer with a black belt in karate and poorly disguised political ambitions. TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images There can be little doubt that the Prime Minister's Draft Withdrawal Agree ment and its accompanying Political Declaration is going to struggle to gain the approval of parliament.

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Johnny Walker Elbows Khalil Rountree Into Oblivion

Light heavyweight action fighters Khalil Rountree and Johnny Walker faced off tonight from inside Parque Roca Arena in Buenos Aires, Argentina, live and free on Fox Sports 1. Rountree was coming off a knockout win over kickboxing great Gokhan Saki, while Walker was a promotional newcomer after appearing on Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series. Both men began the fight bouncing on the outside, looking for their opening.

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LFA 54: Jean-Paul Le-Bosnoyani makes pro MMA debut tonight – and wants more

Jean-Paul Le-Bosnoyani, celebrates his win over Isaiah Culpepper at Bellator 192 at The Forum in Inglewood on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. Two years ago, Jean-Paul Le-Bosnoyani was gearing up for his fourth and final season on the Mira Costa High wrestling team, which would go on to win the CIF Southern Section championship.

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Waterdown’s Krista Webb overcomes injuries and fear to win…

Waterdown's Krista Webb battled through injuries – and confidence struggles – to bring home gold and bronze medals from the World Kickboxing and Karate Union World Championships in Athens, Greece. In the two months heading into the competition, Webb sprained her ankle, tore her rotator cuff and also dealt with an issue with her esophagus and kidney function.

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