The Government is preparing to kick off the search for a new director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), confirming Theresa May’s plan to scrap the white-collar crime authority has been abandoned.
David Green, the incumbent, is due to step down in April after six years in charge. Mrs May had hoped to abolish the SFO and hand its responsibilities over to the National Crime Agency, the anti-drug and human trafficking body set up as “Britain’s FBI” when she was home secretary.
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