Lady Brittan: How police cast a dark shadow over Leon's final days



Lady (Diana) Brittan's husband, ex-Home Secretary Lord (Leon) Brittan, died in January 2015 with an allegation that he'd raped a 19-year-old female student in 1967 hanging over him.
Months after his death, the Metropolitan Police said that, had he been alive, he would not have been prosecuted, and apologised for its handling of the case. Here, for the first time, Lady Brittan describes the ordeal she endured.
I went to visit him when he was recovering from a really quite a serious operation related to the cancer he had.
He was lying in hospital. He said: "I've just been rung by the... read more

 
24 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 52
Source: BBC
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