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Sun comes out fighting asking: Who polices the police?

Kavanagh writes article criticising police raid.

The Sun came out fighting this morning with a strongly worded condemnation of the "quite extraordinary assumption of power" by the police during inquiries which have seen 30 journalists "needlessly dragged from their beds in dawn raids".

The page 12 comment piece from associate editor Trevor Kavanagh comes two days after five more of the Sun's most senior journalists were arrested by Met police officers investigating the bribery of public officials.

Eight people were held in dawn raids on Saturday morning including five journalists: Sun deputy editor Geoff Webster, long-serving chief reporter John Kay, chief foreign reporter Nick Parker, picture editor John Edwards and deputy news editor John Sturgis.

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Dominic Ponsford is editor of Press Gazette