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Campaigners ‘vindicated’ by IPCC ruling in Habib Ullah case

Campaigners ‘vindicated’ by IPCC ruling in Habib Ullah case

The family of Habib Ullah said their campaign has been “vindicated” by a police watchdog’s decision to refer the case to the Crown Prosecution Service. The Independent Police Complaint’s Commission…

IPCC to determine if PCC’s leak about Leon Briggs’ death was ‘misconduct in public office’

IPCC to determine if PCC’s leak about Leon Briggs’ death was ‘misconduct in public office’

Police and Crime Commissioner Olly Martins could face criminal charges for leaking secret information after the IPCC asked for the matter to be referred back to them for possible investigation.…

Miners’ strike: ‘Police fitted me up’

Miners’ strike: ‘Police fitted me up’

Thirty years on from the miners' strike there are growing calls for a public inquiry into allegations of widespread miscarriages of justice - with claims that many picketers were arrested…

Cover-up claim over police chief Ian Learmonth’s role in lorry ‘killing’ probe

Cover-up claim over police chief Ian Learmonth’s role in lorry ‘killing’ probe

Police chiefs have been accused of a cover-up as one of Britain’s most senior officers prepares to retire while secretly being investigated over an alleged conflict of interest.…

Justice4Paps Campaign calls for a public inquiry into policing

Justice4Paps Campaign calls for a public inquiry into policing

The campaign group, Justice for Habib 'Paps' Ullah have set up a petition which calls for a public inquiry into policing in High Wycombe. Habib Ullah died on Thursday 3rd…

Exclusive: ‘End police’s right to silence on crimes’

Exclusive: ‘End police’s right to silence on crimes’

Police officers should be sacked for failing to co-operate with inquiries into serious crimes, a member of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry panel has told the Yorkshire Post.…

Daniel Morgan murder review panel chairman resigns

Daniel Morgan murder review panel chairman resigns

The chairman of an independent panel investigating the murder of Gwent private detective Daniel Morgan has resigned. Sir Stanley Burnton, a retired lord justice of the Court of Appeal, was…

Police corruption is now so rife that radical reform is the only answer

Police corruption is now so rife that radical reform is the only answer

The rotten apples argument has served the police well for as long as I can remember, because everyone knows that any large group of people contains a few individuals who…