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He said: 'This is a cause for great concern because the NCA was created to be Britain's FBI.To see so many people at the very top of this organisation deciding to leave I think is a very serious matter.'RETIRED: After saying his NCA role was 'once in a lifetime', Deputy director-general Phil Gormley (right) will leave later this year while director of intelligence Gordon Meldrum (left) retired at the end of last year The NCA had to apologise after it took more than a year to pass on information from Canadian police about British paedophiles to local forces.The NCA was set up by Mrs May and began work in October 2013 with a £500million budget, more than 4,000 staff and a remit to tackle organised crime, high-value fraud and online child abuse (file photo)There has also been an 'exodus' of more junior staff, however.Last summer 376 workers applied for the Voluntary Early Exit Scheme with 262 leaving.Its annual report, published last week, reveals huge turnover in its 17-strong management board.Director-general Mr Bristow is leaving before his contract ends in late 2016, although the Home Office claimed this did not mean he was leaving early.With some 5.8m people over 45 living alone and some 1.7m women over 65 who are widowed in the UK, online dating for the over-50s has become big business.
His single mother asked him why he couldn't help her find her knight in shining armour, and so he literally went about it.Last October director of specialist investigations Trevor Pearce was given the crucial job of leading Operation Stovewood, the massive inquiry into the Rotherham child abuse scandal.But he is leaving this month, halfway through the investigation, to join the Gambling Commission.In a more recent round, 280 applied and 173 of them left.
An HM Inspectorate of Constabulary report was highly critical of the 'poor' technology inherited by the NCA from Soca.
He is suing the NCA for compensation over its attempts to seize his assets including a Mayfair mansion.