The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is set to be abolished under plans published in the Conservative Party election manifesto unveiled by Theresa May on Thursday.
The Prime Minister said she would fold the organisation into the National Crime Agency (NCA), which fights organised crime, if she wins the general election. The pledge follows a string of clashes between...
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