Cressida Dick ‘felt intimidated’ into quitting as Met Police chief

Dame Cressida Dick “felt intimidated” into quitting as the head of the Metropolitan Police and was effectively “constructively dismissed” from her role by the mayor of London, a report has found. The then commissioner of the UK’s biggest police force faced “political pressure” from Sadiq Khan, according to a review of the circumstances surrounding her resignation, by ex-chief inspector of constabulary Sir Tom Winsor