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Police Scotland chief who quit after M9 scandal lands top job with Met Police in London

Daily Record Wednesday, 14 February 2018
Police Scotland chief who quit after M9 scandal lands top job with Met Police in LondonSir Stephen House quit his role in 2015 and is now assistant commissioner of the Met in London.
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