A Policeman who was sacked after he was accused of throwing a woman head first on to a concrete floor will keep his job - even though his employers want to get rid of him.
Wiltshire Police were told today that they can't launch an appeal against a decision forcing them to reinstate Sergeant Mark Andrews.
An internal hearing had described his behaviour as "well below the standards expected" when he dragged Pamela Somerville across the floor of a Police station in Melksham in 2008.
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