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Home Office agrees publication of Daniel Morgan murder report in June

Decision by Priti Patel to delay report into possible corruption prompted fury from family of investigator

A report into the murder of a private investigator 30 years ago will be published next month, the Home Office has said, after being accused of trying to censor it as part of a “cover up”.

An inquiry has been under way for eight years into the 1987 killing of Daniel Morgan, who was found in a south London pub car park with an axe embedded in his head.

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