Hundreds of Ministry of Justice staff who have been ‘found guilty of serious offences have kept their jobs a Freedom of Information request has found.
Although from the minimal details in the article it doesn’t say if they were found guilty by a court of law, an internal disciplinary pannel or some made up system of justice.
Potentially very misleading.
The Sun report:
About 783 of the 976 employees who faced misconduct hearings received just a slap on the wrist.
Offences included corruption, fraud, trafficking and sexist and racist behaviour.