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Secret unit held information on 18 campaigns for justice

Secret unit held information on 18 campaigns for justice

Information on 18 justice campaigns for murder victims and those who died following police contact was held by a secret Scotland Yard unit, a report has found.…

Update from the family of Cherry Groce

Update from the family of Cherry Groce

Earlier this month at the inquest into the death of my beloved mother, Cherry Groce, the jury found that a series of police failings led to her death. After 29…

Undercover police spied on grieving families

Undercover police spied on grieving families

Undercover police gathered intelligence on grieving families who were battling the Metropolitan police for justice, including the relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes, Cherry Groce and Ricky Reel.…

Dorothy ‘Cherry’ Groce inquest finds police failures contributed to her death

Dorothy ‘Cherry’ Groce inquest finds police failures contributed to her death

Police failures contributed to the death of a mother whose shooting by an officer triggered the 1985 Brixton riots, an inquest jury has found. Dorothy Groce, known as Cherry, was…

Mother of Jeremiah Duggan has complaint about German investigation rejected

Mother of Jeremiah Duggan has complaint about German investigation rejected

The mother of a Golders Green student who died mysteriously in Germany in 2003 has had her complaint about the investigation into her son’s death rejected. Lawyers representing Erica Duggan…

Ex-N.Ireland police watchdog to head Daniel Morgan probe

Ex-N.Ireland police watchdog to head Daniel Morgan probe

The woman who investigated the police’s handling of the 1998 Omagh bombing is to head up the Hillsborough-style investigation into the notorious axe murder of a Cwmbran private investigator. Baroness…

Home Secretary announces review of undercover policing

Home Secretary announces review of undercover policing

Home Secretary Theresa May today announced details of a review of criminal convictions in cases involving undercover police officers. The review will look at whether convictions are safe in cases…

38 police officers leave while facing conduct inquiries

38 police officers leave while facing conduct inquiries

Thirty-eight police officers in England and Wales have left the service in the past four years, avoiding inquiries into their conduct and possible disciplinary action, figures show. The data from…