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Solicitor LibDem choice for next police supremo

15:06 03 February 2016

Helen Korfanty

Helen Korfanty

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Suffolk: Solicitor Helen Korfanty has been selected by the county’s LibDems as their candidate in this year’s PCC election.

Ms Korfanty specialises in criminal and family law. She will be bidding to take over the role at this year’s elections on May 5. She is the fourth candidate to be declared so far – Tory Tim Passmore is seeking re-election and there will also be a challenge from UKIP’s Simon Tobin and independent Colin Sutton. Labour will select a candidate later this month.

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  • I'm sure Mrs Korfanty is an honourable woman, but i'm afraid wei do not need pccs and i utterly refuse to pay £134.00 pa for one as we do now with Mr passmore.

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    Nobby Walsh

    Wednesday, February 3, 2016

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