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THE SHOCKING TRUTH ABOUT POLICE CORRUPTION IN BRITAIN

IT’S A GROWING PROBLEM. BUT THEY’RE HUNTING WHISTLEBLOWERS INSTEAD MARCH 2015 Neil Darbyshire assistant editor at the Daily Mail. He is a former deputy editor of the Daily Telegraph, where he was crime correspondent for many years. Imagine you lived in a country which last year had 3,000 allegations of police corruption. Worse, imagine that of these 3,000 allegations only half of them were properly investigated — because for police officers in this country, corruption was becoming routine. Imagine that the police increasingly used their powers to crack down not on criminals but on anyone who dared speak out against them. What sort of a country is this? Well, it’s Britain I’m afraid — where what was once the finest, most honest service in the world is in danger of becoming rotten. Some of t...

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