Sir Tom Winsor says the civil authority had effectively “constructively dismissed” the foremost senior policeman within the United Kingdom.

He wrote that his workers had been “unjustifiably politically brutal”, that they’d obligatory a “wholly arbitrary” timetable, and there may well be “no justification” for the mayor’s “unfair” conduct or his “oppressive and unreasonable treatment” of Dame Cressida Dick.

Sadiq Khan has sought-after to undermine the review’s injury to him by claiming Sir Tom features a history of supporting party politicians and policies and is “clearly biased”

It is value memory that the name of Dame Cressida and therefore the force she was leading were at a awfully low purpose in February.

But what’s at stake here is whether or not it ought to be attainable for an officer – either in a very work of pique or for entirely excusable reasons – to only get obviate a police officer by threatening to publically undermine them.


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