William Paul Lewis 'may have encountered individuals involved with the International Marxist Group or the Vietnam Solidarity Campaign'
Friday 6th Oct 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
We need Sir John Mitting to understand the devastating impact of our experiences as victims of spycops, writes ‘Andrea’
Monday 14th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Activist: Scotland Yard splashing the cash on self-defence
Friday 7th Apr 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Pitchford participant blasts undercover police for ‘preventing disclosure’
Thursday 6th Apr 2017
SIR Christopher Pitchford will step down from the inquiry into undercover policing before it ends after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease, he announced yesterday.
Mr Pitchford was appointed after the scandal of spooks spying on trade unionists and duping female activists into...
Tuesday 21st Feb 2017
Documents from Pitchford inquiry reveal Met resistance
Thursday 16th Feb 2017
LIZ TRUSS might attack proposals to reduce prison overcrowding as a “reckless quick fix,” but the real danger lies in her government’s shocking complacency.
Britain’s prisons are in meltdown. Violent incidents and riots are soaring. The last months of 2016 saw...
Tuesday 14th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
A GOVERNMENT inquiry confirmed yesterday that a police spy infiltrated an environmental campaign group and had a long-term sexual relationship with one of its members.
But the victim concerned, Helen Steel, called it a “travesty” that the police had taken so long to...
Wednesday 21st Dec 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
THE public inquiry into undercover policing confirmed yesterday that a man who infiltrated trade unions was indeed a police officer.
The Met had previously applied its “neither confirm nor deny” policy to the man, who used the cover name Carlo Neri during his deployment...
Friday 18th Nov 2016
Met’s failure to co-operate hampers inquiry
Wednesday 12th Oct 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain