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Police elections to end 'cosy' relationship

Police elections to end 'cosy' relationship
Elected police and crime commissioners will end the "cosy" relationships between chief constables and their police authorities, policing minister Damian Green told the Guardian. YouGov polling suggests turnout in the elections should be in the region of about 28%.

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