Police watchdog is embroiled in cronyism row after boss gave a £140,000-a-year job to ex-colleague

Daily Mail

Michael Lockwood, director general of the Independent Office for Police Conduct, was on a panel which approved the appointment of Tom Whiting, his former number two at a local council. …

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