As home secretary, she defended the way police enforced lockdown measures, despite criticism of their approach.
She said she would “call the police” if she saw her neighbours flouting the rules and backed “strong enforcement”.
Other witnesses due at the inquiry on Thursday are Martin Hewitt, the former chairman of the National Police Chiefs’ Council and Jun Pang, policy and campaigns officer with human rights group Liberty.
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