Amazon has refused police officers' pleas to remove 'deeply offensive' T-shirts displaying a 'Blue Lives Murder' logo.
The Police Federation, which represents British officers, branded the shirts 'deeply offensive' and last month asked Amazon to remove them from sale on its site.
Previously on sale for £17.95, the blue shirt shows a white officer striking a pair of arms from above and appears to have been taken down by the individual seller.
Dozens of other merchandise bearing the slogan were on sale, including a T-shirt featuring officers in riot gear manhandling a hooded man.
Chair of the federation John Apter has now revealed he had a meeting with Amazon UK executives on Monday to try and convince them to stop the sales.
Last month the Police Federation claimed its pleas to stop the sales of the T-shirts was backed by Home Secretary Priti Patel.
But he claims their plea was …