A senior detective who led one of the country’s biggest ever police corruption inquiries said he was “completely flabbergasted” with the the decision to abandon the trial of eight officers in 2011.
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Finsbury Park attack: the suspect’s life in Cardiff
The Metropolitan Police have been given permission to hold the man suspected of yesterday’s van attack on Muslim worshippers in north London until the weekend. Darren Osborne was arrested on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and terrorism offences and is still being questioned. And police in South Wales have confirmed a report on this programme…
Cardiff hit and run van driver pleads guilty to manslaughter
Paranoid psychotic Matthew Tvrdon admits killing a mother and targeting five other family groups in 30 minutes of terror in Cardiff last October. Home Affairs Correspondent Andy Davies reports.
Cardiff Five report ‘critical of lawyers’
Lawyers face serious criticism after a CPS inquiry into the aborted trials of 12 police officers involved in the investigation of murdered prostitute Lynette White, Channel 4 News has learned.
Two guilty of Cardiff teenager’s murder after botched hit
Two hitmen, who stabbed innocent teenager Aamir Siddiqi to death after mistaking him for their intended target, are found guilty of his murder by a Cardiff court.
Cardiff Five: concerns over collapsed police prosecutions
Senior high court judges have expressed serious concerns over the failed prosecutions of south Wales police officers involved in the Cardiff Five miscarriage of justice case.
Man remanded over Cardiff hit and runs
Matthew Tvrdon is remanded in custody after appearing at Cardiff magistrates’ court charged with the murder of Karina Menzies and 13 counts of attempted murder during a series of hit and runs.
Woman dies following 12 Cardiff hit-and-runs
A man is arrested on suspicion of murder after a 32-year-old woman dies and 11 other people are injured in a series of “hit and run” car accidents in Cardiff.
‘Cardiff three’ innocent, says Lynette White killer
The man jailed for murdering Cardiff prostitute Lynette White has given evidence at the trial of eight former police officers accused of fabricating evidence to wrongly convict three men.
Eight retired policemen tried for ‘Cardiff Three’ corruption
The former officers and two members of the public stand accused of involvement in a notorious miscarriage of justice, as Katie Razzall reports from Cardiff.
Don’t bother reading today’s Brexit papers. These six reports will tell you more
Despite the to-ing and fro-ing, there’s not much of interest in today’s Brexit papers. Here’s what you should read instead.
Her Name Was Lindy: the story of a homeless woman who died on the streets
Three weeks ago a 32-year-old woman was found dead in a park in the heart of Cardiff. She had been sleeping rough in a tent. This is Lindy Louise Pring’s story, told with the help of those who loved her.
Out In The Cold: Homeless at Christmas
Hundreds of thousands of people in Britain face Christmas on the streets or in temporary accommodation. In our new series, Out In The Cold, Channel 4 News explores what life is like for those without a home. Three weeks ago a woman was found dead in a park in the heart of Cardiff. She had…
Man found guilty of murdering his adopted toddler
Fitness instructor Matthew Scully-Hicks has been found guilty of murdering his adopted 18 month old daughter – after violently shaking her and striking her head. Cardiff crown court heard that the 31 year old had inflicted a series of injuries on the little girl during the eight months she was in his care. Mr Scully-Hicks…
Is Chris Grayling being realistic about growing more food after Brexit?
Chris Grayling said that Britain could grow more food to protect prices in the event of a no-deal Brexit. But leading environmental scientists aren’t sure that would be practical in the short time before we leave the EU.