Double dippers: The 5,000 police who get pension AND salary

Jack Doyle
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/20/2013, p18
NEARLY 5,000 retired police officers have been re-employed again by their old force and are 'double dipping' into the public purse, it has emerged.


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