[Morning Star Online] - COURTS: The Spectator magazine is to be prosecuted for breaching a court order during the Stephen Lawrence trial, the Crown Prosecution Service said today. The magazine will face contempt charges after Rod Liddle said the press had branded the
[The Guardian] - P8 Stephen Lawrence father says he is disappointed Spectator not charged with contempt. P9 Joan Smith: why are we paying for PM's Leveson lawyers? P17 Pippa Middleton hires PR person. P27 i Surrey police pressed to break silence over News of the World.
[This Is Wiltshire] - THE founder of the Stephen Lawrence Trust will be the main speaker at a GMB union public meeting next week. The GMB represents a group of workers in the housekeeping department employed by Carillion at the Great Western Hospital.
[Channel 4 News] - There was some concern that the blunder could have implications for the convictions in the Stephen Lawrence case, which depended heavily on DNA evidence, and for which some of the tests were carried out at the same laboratory, but further tests to
[The Guardian] - The supreme example was The Colour of Justice, based by Guardian journalist Richard Norton-Taylor on the Macpherson inquiry into the Metropolitan police's handling of the Stephen Lawrence case. In the way it peeled off the successive layers of official
[Wetherby Today] - St Mary's Church of England Primary School in Boston Spa is celebrating after being awarded The Stephen Lawrence Education Standard in recognition of its work on community cohesion. Children from the school were invited to a special ceremony at Leeds
[Oxford Student] - Two particular innovations of his stand out, the first being the verbatim tribunal plays that dramatized events like the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry. Kent notes that verbatim theatre “seems to have become very fashionable. It was being done before I
[Your Local Guardian] - Women of Power awards were given out to Doreen Lawrence, the mother of Stephen Lawrence, for her "anything is possible" attitude, and STORM member Tina Cowles, who battled with anxiety and was scared to leave her house before working with the charity.
[Chorley Guardian] - “I looked at the parents of Stephen Lawrence and Sarah Payne, and I saw the things they were doing, and I felt inspired. I thought, if these people can do it, so can I. “I have rung up schools and 15 from the Chorley/Leyland area have said they want me
[Left Foot Forward] - Since the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry branded the Metropolitan Police Service and other services as 'institutionally racist' some 13 years ago, the primary police response has been one of collective denial. Officers have widely dismissed Macpherson's
[Left Foot Forward] - It's presumably for the same reasons that so few journalists mention his slights against black people: all that talk of “piccaninnies” with “watermelon smiles”, or slamming the Macpherson Inquiry into the Stephen Lawrence case for “hysteria”.
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Official Report of the MacPherson Inquiry. The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust in Lewisham have reacted positively to the speculation that the Home Secretary is considering a request for a new MacPherson style inquiry ...
The Daily Mail has a long history of inflammatory anti-immigration headlines and racially inciting reports regarding the decline of white birth rates in the UK, so when the newspaper won accolades for championing the story of ...
“The father of Stephen Lawrence renewed his criticisms of the criminal justice system today after it emerged that that the Spectator magazine faces a maximum £5000 fine over an article written by Rod Liddle that jeopardised ...