Britain's largest police force has revealed it has seen a rise in reported hate crimes since the EU referendum.
New figures show 599 incidents of race hate crime were reported to Scotland Yard between 24 June – the day the result was announced – and 2 July.
It means the Metropolitan Police was receiving an average of 67 allegations a day in the wake of the poll. This was a rise of more than 50 per cent compared to the average daily number of 44 prior to 24 June.
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