The suspension of Lincolnshire's Chief Constable Neil Rhodes has been quashed. A judge at the High Court in Manchester has called Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick's shock decision to suspend Mr Rhodes two months ago as "irrational and "perverse."
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