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post 11 April 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Cherry Groce family win right to legal aid

A 160,000 signature petition, a community wanting justice, and fresh submissions to Chris Grayling by the family of Cherry Groce has finally delivered a level playing field.

post 28 March 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Home Office pays out 1,000 to Chinese immigrant

The Home Office is to compensate a Chinese immigrant 1,000, which disappeared from her handbag during an immigration raid in London's Chinatown last year.

article 27 March 2014 UK
Graphic image of a woman held in a man's hand (Getty)
Police response to domestic violence often 'left to chance'

Inspectors find "alarming and unacceptable weaknesses" in the investigation of domestic abuse cases in England and Wales and say only eight out of 43 forces respond well.

post 21 March 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Met publicly apologises for shooting mother of six

The Metropolitan police has for the first time publicly apologised for the shooting of Cherry Groce, which sparked the 1985 Brixton riots.

article 11 March 2014 UK
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PC receives community order for 'brutal' attack on woman

A policeman is sentenced to a community service order after punching a woman in the head before pinning her to the ground.

post 07 March 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Stephen Lawrence: the Met on a precipice?

The Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe describes yesterday as one of the worst days in of his career, but there will be worse to come.

article 06 March 2014 UK
Stephen Lawrence rally (R)
Simon Israel by Stephen Lawrence: police corruption report to be published

The findings of a report into claims that police corruption hindered the original Stephen Lawrence investigation are due to be published.

article 28 February 2014 UK
Two women sexually assaulted by London taxi driver John Worboys win their court battle for compensation from the Metropolitan police because of failings in the way they were treated.
John Worboys' sex victims win compensation from police

Two women sexually assaulted by London taxi driver John Worboys win their court battle for compensation from the Metropolitan police because of failings in the way they were treated.

post 28 February 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog 'Culture of disbelief': has the Met failed sex crimes victims?

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe today faces a crossroads because of failures to stop the country's most prolific serial rapist during the five years he terrorised women.