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The police’s relationship with women continues to be the lead story for several of Saturday’s papers. Boris Johnson has criticised the police’s failure to take violence against women and girls seriously enough, calling it “infuriating” in an interview with the Times. His comments come in light of Sarah Everard’s kidnap, rape and murder at the hands of serving police officer Wayne Couzens, who was given a whole-life sentence on Thursday. Mr Johnson said there was an issue with the way police treat allegations from women, with complaints not being taken seriously by forces. However, the PM has stood by Dame Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police commissioner, who is facing calls to resign.