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- Metropolitan Police Authority: public meeting
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- MPA defend peaceful protest
- Devil in the Details
- Proof of Intent
- Met Police may have tortured suspects
- The list is getting longer
- Watching Them Watching Us
- Welcome to New China
- Can the Met change their stripes?
- "You don't film us, okay?"
- A mandate for change?
- Whatever happened to peaceful protest?
- Holding the Met to account
- Senior Police Caught Lying - Again
- Stop and search: know your rights
- Police Monitoring and Legal Observation Training
- We didn't vote for this
- The more things change...
- No charge for officer who assaulted Ian Tomlinson before he died
- Another lie from senior G20 police
- Vigilance, not praise, keeps our police decent
- Police Opt Out Of Accountability
- UK police have rings of steel
- Police Misconduct
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