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Chief Constables

Asked if the Government was planning to sack Chief Constables if they were under-performing, in the light of the report in today’s Times, the PMOS said that the monitoring of the performance of Chief Constables was a matter for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate. He referred journalists to the Home Office for further detail.

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  1. Now I’m confused again
    The PMOS implies that the Home Office is separate from the Government.
    Does David Blunkett represent the Government or manage the Home Office?
    Is it valid for me to write off all the stupid ideas that DB comes up with to the fact that the PMOS doesn’t know if DB is government or home office and presumably DB doesn’t know either?

    Comment by Roger Huffadine — 2 Jun 2004 on 1:13 pm | Link

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