Daniel Morgan's family call for Leveson II to go ahead



The family of murdered private detective Daniel Morgan has appealed to Theresa May to launch the long-delayed second part of the Leveson inquiry, the BBC reports. 
Morgan was killed in south London in 1987. He is said to have uncovered police corruption and had approached a journalist about it shortly before he died, The Guardian says. 
The unsolved case, which is riddled with accusations of cover-ups, journalistic malpractice and police corruption, has been taken up by phone-hacking campaigners due to the links Morgan's business partner had with the News of the World and other... read more

 
4 January 2017 in Politics, Views: 44
Source: The Week
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