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Police pay review calls for end to special payments

8 March 2011 Last updated at 22:55 GMT

An independent review of police pay and conditions in England and Wales has called for the abolition of a series of allowances and special payments.

Tom Winsor's report recommends making savings of £60m a year in overtime.

Officers on front-line duties could see their pay rise, but 40% face wage cuts of up to £4,000 a year.

Nick Robinson reports.

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