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Op-Ed: Two Archives each find a new home

Coventry - The NCROPA papers of the late David Webb were deposited with the University of Warwick before Christmas last year. They have been catalogued already.

Op-Ed: The 50th Anniversary of Searchlight

Northampton - Next April, "Searchlight" is celebrating "50 years as the leading anti-fascist periodical". Here are a few things that won't be on the menu at the University of Northampton.

Op-Ed: Civil War at 'Searchlight' magazine

London - 'Searchlight' magazine claims to have been in the forefront of fighting the fascist menace since 1975. Now, its valiant founder is being turned over good and proper, not by its and his avowed enemies, but from within.

Op-Ed: The Sharmeka Moffitt hate crime hoax is nothing new

Sharmeka Moffitt claimed to have been the victim of a 'hate crime'. Her story was soon exposed as a bizarre hoax, but it isn't only the police who have woken up to this sort of scam.

Op-Ed: Hate, Hope and Money — 'anti-fascists' fall out

Brighton - When they aren't fighting the mythical Nazi menace, Britain's self-styled anti-fascists are throwing barbs at each other in a desperate attempt to claim their share of a once lucrative honeypot.

Op-Ed: The Leveson Inquiry — Looking back, and forward

London - The Leveson Inquiry is now winding down for Christmas, having heard some quite extraordinary and at times disgusting testimony, but there is a lot more to come.

Op-Ed: Is Ian Brady insane, or are we?

Liverpool - When serial killer Ian Brady was convicted, the crowds bayed for his blood; now he is being kept alive against his will at taxpayers' expense.
 

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In December 1996  a detective serving with the Metropolitan Police passed confidential information f...
In December 1996, a detective serving with the Metropolitan Police passed confidential information from a criminal investigation to a journalist who was then engaged in civil litigation. This is a scan from his witness statement. DS Chainey's rhetoric is both amusing and self-serving, his allusion to “a number of evidential reasons” and “no realistic prospect ” of conviction means there was no evidence that a certain Alexander Baron had committed a criminal offence.
In December 1996  a detective serving with the Metropolitan Police passed confidential information f...
In December 1996, a detective serving with the Metropolitan Police passed confidential information from a criminal investigation to a journalist who was then engaged in civil litigation. This is a scan from his witness statement.

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