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Undercover policing: follow-up

Inquiry status: Oral evidence concluded

The Home Affairs Committee's follow-up inquiry to its session on Tuesday 5 February and interim report (published 1 March 2013).

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Interim Report: Undercover policing (PDF) [contains oral & written evidence]

Oral evidence

Tuesday 16 July 2013
Mick Creedon, Chief Constable, Derbyshire Police

Wednesday 10 July 2013
Doreen Lawrence OBE; Mark Ellison QC

Tuesday 5 February 2013
Clare, Alison and Lisa, women who had relationships with undercover police officers [Evidence taken in private]; Harriet Wistrich, Solicitor, Birnberg Peirce & Partners, Jules Carey and Marian Ellingworth, Solicitors, Tuckers Solicitors; Paul Lewis, The Guardian; Patricia Gallan QPM, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police [Evidence taken partly in private]; Mark Kennedy, former undercover police officer [Evidence taken in private]

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