Danny Shaw

Danny Shaw


Home Affairs Correspondent for BBC News

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@HannahQuirk1  Panel says concealing or denying failings to protect reputation is dishonesty. And they believe that’s a form of corruption. They’ve spent eight years on this. I’m inclined to trust their judgment.

Inquiry panel says resources available to fight corruption are inadequate. It says #DanielMorgan  family were given “unwarranted assurances”. Misinformation was put into public domain, investigative failings were denied.

Response from @metpoliceuk  : an offer of £50k for information leading to successful prosecution in #DanielMorgan  case. The force is also conducting a forensic review. But it doesn’t accept that it’s institutionally corrupt saying it’s “overhauled” its ability to tackle corruption

Former Met officer Robyn Williams was unfairly dismissed, an appeals panel has ruled. She’d been convicted of possessing an image of child abuse, sent to her phone, unsolicited, by her sister. Story from @VikramDodd ⁩ here:

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A series of letters published by @CommonsHomeAffs  reveals that Home Secretary Priti Patel has repeatedly refused requests to give evidence about the Coronavirus and other issues to MPs. She’s appeared just once in almost six months.

BREAKING: A police officer has been shot dead at Croydon Police Station in south London, sources have told BBC News. The Metropolitan Police is preparing a statement. The officer was shot by a suspect. It’s believed the suspect turned the gun on himself and is still alive.

BREAKING New police guidance for officers in England says police have “no powers to enforce social distancing”

BREAKING A Border Force officer, working at Heathrow Airport, has died after contracting coronavirus. The officer, who isn’t being named, is believed to have died last week after feeling unwell at work, sparking concerns about the safety of immigration and customs staff..

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