Longleat CEO, David Bradley, suspended from post

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The chief executive of Wiltshire tourist attraction, Longleat Estate, has been suspended.

A spokesman for the estate, near Warminster, confirmed that David Bradley had been suspended temporarily while a review is carried out.

Neither the nature of the review, or the reason for Mr Bradley's suspension, have been disclosed.

The visitor experience remains unaffected, the spokesman added. Mr Bradley declined to comment.

Mr Bradley is the former managing director of Legoland, and has been in his post at Longleat since June 2010.

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