"Police officers are expected to be issued with fresh guidance in a government bid to ensure they do not abuse their stop-and-search powers under the Terrorism Act 2000. The Home Office outlined the plans after a police body complained that officers are not sufficiently trained in how to correctly apply anti-terror legislation when dealing with photographers. Metropolitan Police Federation chairman Peter Smyth said that officers are 'not properly trained in this legislation and that is probably leading to misunderstandings'."

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