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An almost impossible job: The lessons from Dame Cressida Dick’s departure

Despite months of controversy and criticism, the resignation of Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick this week still came as a surprise, given her commitment to the role just hours before announcing her departure; PolicingTV presenter Danny Shaw, the former BBC Home Affairs Correspondent, looks at the politics that prompted her decision, and considers some of the likely candidates to take on UK policing’s most difficult job.

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