Shipley's support for INCIS inquiry welcomed
support for an inquiry into the INCIS police computer
debacle has been welcomed by Labour police spokesperson
"I have been demanding an inquiry but
Government ministers have rejected the idea. Mrs Shipley's
support is gratifying.
"Her senior officials are now
reportedly trying to gag the PM, but she has already
identified the crux of the matter.
"There has to be an
inquiry so the public can find out how and why so much money
was wasted and to ensure that such ineptitude can be
prevented in the future.
"This time Mrs Shipley hasn't
'made it up'. She's just let the truth slip out, and her
minders wish she
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