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First Met police spy operation involved sex with Vietnam activist, inquiry told

Undercover officers allegedly had sex with their surveillance targets as long ago as 1968

Scotland Yard’s very first operation to spy on leftwing campaigners began in the 1960s with an undercover police officer who is now accused of having an intimate relationship with an activist, a public inquiry has heard.

The undercover officer, whose real name was Helen Crampton, is now dead. It is alleged that she had a relationship in 1968 with George Cochrane, a prominent campaigner against the Vietnam war.

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