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He was accused of being ‘stupid’, leading a ‘witch-hunt’, and told he would be forced to resign the moment it saw the light of day.

Well, it did on Thursday – and 24 hours later he was back at his desk at Wiltshire Police HQ in Devizes.

Lesser police chiefs would have dropped the investigation by now, but not Mr Veale.

He’s doing exactly what police chiefs should be doing – investigating serious complaints and not being deterred by the fact his force could arrive at a very inconvenient truth.

I had no choice but to resign in order to speak out publicly and expose the truth.

As a chief constable, Mr Veale is harder to silence and he is right to stand his ground.

He says: ‘The inference that unless they’re from Middle England then they’re not genuine sickened me.‘I don’t give a monkey’s what background victims are from or what position in society they hold.‘We treated them all with respect and dignity.’It’s not often that I have a good word to say about police chiefs.

The Wiltshire Chief Constable has had to bite his lip as mandarins, ex-Cabinet Ministers, Tory MPs, peers, members of the judiciary and media moguls lambasted his controversial Operation Conifer.

Tim Fortescue, a Whip in Heath’s Government in the 1970s, boasted he could cover up a ‘scandal involving small boys’.

So there are very reasonable grounds to investigate allegations from this time. When we return to a culture where police can follow the evidence without being petrified of the political consequences, we’ll all be better off for it.

‘The old CID attitude to rape was sometimes “blame the woman”. Victims must be able to trust police.’Nothing riles him more than the insinuation that allegations made by former rent boys should be treated with scepticism because of their background.‘It rolls off people’s tongues that it’s somehow all right because it’s a rent boy,’ he fires back.‘The rent boy is just a kid. I’d be mortified if he was trivialised like that.’He rages at the notion that allegations from ‘people ravaged by drugs or alcohol have little credibility but if it’s from a Middle England or wealthy background it must be true’.

He says that he ‘nearly went through the TV’ in fury when a bulletin suggested ‘police should spend more time investigating allegations by genuine victims’.

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