The body that represents the 127,000 police officers in England and Wales has been told to make "urgent" sweeping changes amid bitter internal rows over accounts and "political games" being played out to the detriment of its members.
The Police Federation received a damning review from the charity the RSA, which comes in the wake of the "Plebgate" scandal, with some of the membership being accused of pursuing "narrow self-interest" in their actions.
The review found the body was heavily divided into local factions, with 13 branches out of 43 refusing to provide details of profits placed in separate accounts.
The RSA raised questions over a cash surplus of nearly £65 million and called for subscription rates to be cut by 25% next year.
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