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Oake honoured for services to charity

Former Isle of Man Chief Constable Robin Oake has been honoured by the Queen for his services to the Order of St John.

The 73-year-old, who now lives near Shrewsbury, was given a Queen's Police Medal in Her Majesty's birthday honours list.

He says he accepted the honour on behalf of the St John organisation (listen to audio file below):

Mr Oake's son, Detective Constable Stephen Oake, was stabbed to death during an anti-terror raid in Manchester in 2003.



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