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Fresh calls for Pembrokeshire chief executive to resign

8 August 2014 Last updated at 22:03 BST

There have been been fresh calls for the chief executive of Pembrokeshire council to stand down.

Around 200 people, including council workers and members of the public, have been protesting over what they describe as a loss of confidence in Bryn Parry Jones.

It comes after police confirmed last month a new investigation was being launched into payments he received in lieu of pension contributions.

Political correspondent Daniel Davies reports.

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