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Paul Fotheringham: Pay and pensions are ‘causing angst’, but there might be reasons for cautious optimism

Paul Fotheringham took up his post as President of the Superintendents’ Association in March, with policing facing a range of operational and structural challenges, and concerns over pay, pensions, and conditions; after three months in post, he spoke to Policing Insight Editor Keith Potter, and in the first of a two-part interview explores the strained relationship with government, and why there might be cause for optimism.

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