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Month: November 2017
Whether it’s the stigma that surrounds people affected by depression or often inadequate NHS treatment, mental health is a key challenge facing black Britons. Next week a major conference is aiming to tackle the vital issues.
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The appeal, filed by the high-profile attorney behind the Hawaii federal case fighting Trump’s travel ban, challenges the overly broad qualifying factors that can make a murder conviction death-eligible in Arizona.
Private detective Daniel Morgan was murdered 30 years ago, and Peter Jukes’s podcast Untold delves into a web of corruption, blackmail and tabloid dirt. Daniel was killed in 1987. He was attacked with an axe in the car park of a London pub.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which is carrying out the investigation into Mr Atkinson’s death, has confirmed that the tests have now been completed and they are awaiting a report on the results.
The family of a young black man who died after being restrained by police have said they are “outraged” after a judge ruled the officer who held him to the ground before his death could be granted anonymity.
In the early hours of 2009, 22-year-old Oscar Grant was fatally shot by a Bay Area Rapid Transit police officer at the Fruitvale station in Oakland, California. The shooting was captured on cellphone video and made headlines nationwide.