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Christine Lagarde has pledged to remain in post at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as she is placed under formal investigation in her native France.

You lucky people - that's one pledge politicians will do their utmost not to renege on.

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You lucky people - that's one pledge politicians will do their utmost not to renege on.

The South Yorkshire police chief has pledged to remain in post too.

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The South Yorkshire police chief has pledged to remain in post too.

He probably wants to get sacked so he can take the govt to court for a million or more.

The public sector parasites who assisted Muslim pedos by turning a blind eye are worse then the scum who perpetrated the act.

Kind of sums up the PC left wing of this nation, to them raping vulnerable kids is acceptable, yet they all jumped on Nick Griffin who is a man of honour in comparison to this lot for exposing Muslim pedo gangs.

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He probably wants to get sacked so he can take the govt to court for a million or more.

The public sector parasites who assisted Muslim pedos by turning a blind eye are worse then the scum who perpetrated the act.

Kind of sums up the PC left wing of this nation, to them raping vulnerable kids is acceptable, yet they all jumped on Nick Griffin who is a man of honour in comparison to this lot for exposing Muslim pedo gangs.

He cannot be sacked. The law permitting election of PCCs does not include a right of recall.

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He cannot be sacked. The law permitting election of PCCs does not include a right of recall.

Surely he can be jailed for "perverting the course of justice", along with all the others who are complicit.

And true to form the DT stops comments on its one decent article.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11059138/Rotherham-In-the-face-of-such-evil-who-is-the-racist-now.html

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Surely he can be jailed for "perverting the course of justice", along with all the others who are complicit.

And true to form the DT stops comments on its one decent article.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11059138/Rotherham-In-the-face-of-such-evil-who-is-the-racist-now.html

Good point that you raise - but is ignoring one or more reports by social workers a perversion of the course of justice?

He can't be investigated by his own police force - after all, they ignored 1,400 abuse victims. the first step must be investigation by an outside force or the IPCC.

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Surely he can be jailed for "perverting the course of justice", along with all the others who are complicit.

And true to form the DT stops comments on its one decent article.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11059138/Rotherham-In-the-face-of-such-evil-who-is-the-racist-now.html

There's comments on it now.

I like 'Pakistani heritage'. Its fcking Mipuri Pakistanis FFS!

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There's comments on it now.

I like 'Pakistani heritage'. Its fcking Mipuri Pakistanis FFS!

Yes, i noticed the reference to 'Pakistani heritage' on the British State Broadcasting Corporation last night.

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He cannot be sacked. The law permitting election of PCCs does not include a right of recall.

Evert employment contract has a section re. Dismissal for gross misconduct. I am pretty certain he falls foul if that . . .

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He cannot be sacked. The law permitting election of PCCs does not include a right of recall.

It's a genius system, clearly the ConLibs assumed there would never be any political scandal involving the PCCs or certainly not when they were in power so didn't really cover that.

The police reform and social responsibility act which her department led through the parliament virtually bomb-proofed PCCs from calls to resign.

The act allows the oversight panel for a PCC to suspend a PCC if they so choose but only if the PCC is charged with an offence which carries a maximum term of 2 years jail.

Effectively they can commit crime get jailed and remain in post, providing the crime they commit doesn't carry a maximum of 2 years jail.

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It's a genius system, clearly the ConLibs assumed there would never be any political scandal involving the PCCs or certainly not when they were in power so didn't really cover that.

Effectively they can commit crime get jailed and remain in post, providing the crime they commit doesn't carry a maximum of 2 years jail.

Yet a war hero - like Simon Weston - who committed an offence when he was under 18 and later reformed, was barred from standing for election.

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