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Chris Ruane MP criticises 'unprofessional' commissioner

20 July 2013 Last updated at 16:21 BST

A police commissioner who sacked his chief constable has been criticised by a select committee of MPs for his "disdainful" attitude to a parliamentary inquiry.

Gwent chief constable Carmel Napier says she was bullied into resigning by Ian Johnston in June.

After giving evidence to the Home Affairs Committee, Mr Johnston said he thought Gwent MPs arranged Vale of Clwyd MP Chris Ruane's questions.

Mr Ruane rejected Mr Johnston's accusations, calling him "unprofessional".

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