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Race discrimination: Met told to review procedures

Diplomatic Protection Group officer wins £37,000 award from force after she was discriminated against on race and sex grounds. • Employment tribunal judges have told the Met to conduct an independent review of its Fairness at Work procedures. The recommendation comes in its remedy judgem

Chief pledges new 'impartial' Rotherham inquiry

South Yorkshire's chief constable says external investigation will be commissioned to identify 'wrongdoings' - but shadow home secretary demands more decisive action. • The chief constable in the eye of a media storm over allegations that his force did not properly investigate child sexual exploitat

Plebgate report took too long, says former chief

Leading academic says Met should have made it a priority to get to the facts of incident earlier to nip media speculation in the bud. • The Metropolitan Police should have acted more quickly to get to the facts around the infamous Plebgate row to scotch speculation, a leading commentator believes

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