(1) Chief Inspector Jerry Reakes-Williams, head of professional standards at West Mercia and Warwickshire, told MPs he had concluded that all three officers should face misconduct proceedings.
(2) The committee said it was perturbed to find no formal minutes or detailed notes of a briefing during which Reakes-Williams discussed his findings with senior officers.
(3) But Reakes-Williams told MPs his conclusions that misconduct hearings were necessary were overruled after a meeting in August with three deputy chiefs from the three forces – which was not minuted.
(4) Chief Inspector Jerry Reakes-Williams, head of professional standards at Warwickshire and West Mercia police, who led an inquiry into the October 2012 meeting between Mitchell and the federation officials, said he believed that officers should face misconduct charges.
(5) The company, run by a former Goldman Sachs banker, was awarded management of Hinchingbrooke hospital in Cambridgeshire last week in a ground-reaking move lauded by ministers as a "good deal for patients and staff".
(6) Shaw told MPs he had the power to decide to discipline his own officer himself – as have the other two chief constables involved -but had decided to refer the investigation and Reakes-Williams findings to Her Majestys Inspectorate of Constabulary to be referred to another chief constable to review.
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(1) The semi-final reeked of history as it pitted South Americans who had won the trophy twice against opponents with so much to rue in this competition.
(2) But the top-down crudity of the policy reeks of wonks who have never left a Westminster thinktank.
(3) A., Reeke, G. N., Jr., Quiocho, F. A., Bethge, P. H., Ludwig, M. L., Steitz, T. A., Muirhead, H., and Coppola, J. C. (1968) Brookhaven Symp.
(4) He blamed the reek and weird industry he was watching.
(5) Riffs that echo Metallica's Black Album, an encore that references Born to Run, and a band of session musicians straight out of 80s rock central casting; an Eric Church gig reeks of classic rock right down to the lead man's aviators, stubble and Jack Daniel's and Coke.
(6) This is based on a myth – there would have been little impact on the outcome of almost any postwar British elections if Scotland's votes were not included – but this silence still reeks of hypocrisy.
(7) Photograph: Kareem Shaheen for the Guardian The Guardian, the first western media organisation to visit the site of the attack, examined a warehouse and silos directly next to where the missile had landed, and found nothing but an abandoned space covered in dust and half-destroyed silos reeking of leftover grain and animal manure.
(8) The fish that were not killed by the heavy pollution now reek of petroleum and cannot sustain a village population of 69,000 people.
(9) Despite it being the second day of 30C-plus daytime heat and desert dust whipped up by the wind, accompanied by the omnipresent reek of strong weed, there are no sparked-out casualties to be seen.
(10) (Reeke, G. N., Jr., Becker, J. W., and Edelman, G. M. (1975) J. Biol.
(11) Photograph: Fox Searchlight Plinking harpsichord music Almost the entire soundtrack is by Alexandre Desplat, so we’re going to assume it reeks of harpsichord.
(12) The air reeked of pine resin and the pitchy vinegar of wood ants.
(13) Cameron worried that the whole Stronger In approach reeked of a metropolitan europhilia that would not chime with the public mood.
(14) Sneaked out quietly in a written answer to the House of Lords on Monday, the end of British support for search and rescue operations in the southern Mediterranean reeks suspiciously of Australia’s “stop the boats” solution .
(15) Yet the old togetherness is only visible in short bursts these days and the second Mourinho era is in danger of ending in bitter acrimony after Chelsea lurched deeper into crisis with a performance that reeked of indiscipline on and off the pitch at Upton Park.
(16) I landed back in Edmonton, and upon exiting the airport, was immediately struck by the overwhelming reek of nature.
(17) While sales figures are still miniscule, hundreds of new cassette labels have begun over the past few years; her favourites include Suplex , Reeks of Effort and Sexbeat , which is releasing a Cassette Store Day exclusive by Polaris music prize winners Fucked Up .
(18) Everything we owned was being flogged off by pinstriped bastards reeking of lunch.
(19) This guy was more than fifty years old, his clothes were oily, he wore a pair of yellow rubber shoes, and his clothes reeked of pesticide.
(20) Maria Zakharova, the foreign ministry spokeswoman, wrote on social media that the British bank’s decision earlier this week to close RT’s bank accounts “reeked of” the BBC – implying the British state broadcaster may have been pressing for the closure of Russia Today.