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Police spying inquiry to examine targeting of UK black justice groups

Judge will hear evidence on undercover operations against campaigns such as Stephen Lawrence

  • Secrets and lies: untangling the UK ‘spy cops’ scandal

A public inquiry into undercover policing is poised to reveal details of how police repeatedly spied on black justice groups, including several run by grieving families whose relatives were killed by police or died in custody.

The judge-led inquiry was launched six years ago by the home secretary at the time, Theresa May, after the Guardian revealed police covertly monitored the campaign for justice over the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence.

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