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.
Author: Larry Fedja
The parallels between Hillsborough and Orgreave are alarming. The same attempt to divert blame from the police. The same methods to conceal the truth. In many cases, the same officers.
The parents from Cornwall of a woman who starved to death have called on the mental health organisation meant to be looking after her to be charged and prosecuted. When she died Ruth weighed just 7st 8oz and was discovered on bare boards.
In the UK, every prosecution over a death in police custody in the past 15 years ended with acquittal
The British government long-awaited report on deaths in police custody is out, and it makes for uncomfortable reading. The report notes that every prosecution over a death in custody in the past 15 years has ended in acquittal.
The annual United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC) held its annual march in central London on Saturday. The event commemorates the victims of police and state violence, saw 200 people march from Trafalgar Square to 10 Downing Street.
Established in 1997, the United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC), is a national coalition of those affected by deaths in police, prison, immigration and psychiatric custody, and which also supports others in similar situations.
Four inmates have died at Nottingham Prison in the past four weeks, the BBC has learned. A source, who wanted to remain anonymous, said three deaths were suicide and one was drugs-related, but the causes have not been confirmed.
Every year since 1999, the UFFC holds its annual remembrance procession from Trafalgar Square to Downing Street to remember loved ones who have died in custody. We have been marching for the past 19 years – join us this year!