A former chief constable who was forced to resign after being found guilty of a string of misconduct charges has secured a new job with the private security contracting giant G4S. Nick Gargan, the former chief of Avon and Somerset, has signed a four-month contract with the security firm, despite a chastening end to his police career when a £580,000 disciplinary process found him guilty of eight counts of misconduct. They included storing intimate images on his police mobile phone.
Nigel Farage has said he does not back bombing Syria on the “current terms” set out by the Prime Minister. The Ukip leader was speaking on LBC radio the morning after MPs debated the intervention they rejected two years ago. “I don’t back bombing Syria on current terms,” Mr Farage said. “Whether we bomb or not we still face threat on London's streets.”
Common sense finally seems to have kicked in over at Amazon Prime; their ad signage promoting new drama The Man in the High Castle, which saw subway trains emblazoned with Nazi and Imperialist Japan-related imagery, will be pulled.
“The NHS is struggling to cope with five day working,” says Dr Ron Singer, chair of Doctors in Unite. “How does Jeremy Hunt think it can cope with seven day a week working?” And, of course, the seven day working spin and improving the NHS claims are the great red herrings in the junior …
Today the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) has launched a legal case against the Co-operative Bank on the grounds of discrimination.Last month, PSC’s account was closed by the Co-operative Bank which cited “the Bank’s risk appetite” for the
The decision to give the activist at the centre of the Tory bullying scandal a formal role was approved by the party’s senior management team, including both chairmen and the party’s election chief Lynton Crosby, BBC Newsnight has learned.
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