Tag Archives: spycops

Destruction of political policing files goes back decades: will the Met face charges?

According to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), multiple undercover police files were destroyed in 2014. One consultant to the Council of Europe on human rights law, has said this may equate to a perversion of the course of justice. But what the IPCC … Continue reading

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An army of snoopers is being trained, but it is not run by GCHQ

  An army of spies is being trained across the British Isles. They are not ‘fifth columnists’ but the man in the pub, the woman on the bus, and even your fellow worker. A series of training modules, examined by The … Continue reading

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‘Blacklisting’ in Britain is rife – and in the total surveillance society, no one is immune

Blacklisting, whereby people are denied work because of their political beliefs or affiliations, is illegal and allegedly no longer practised. But in our current surveillance society, a host of other intrusive practices have replaced it. Private companies may be vetting … Continue reading

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There’s a spycop inside your computer – and it’s not a game!

  Twenty-first century policing will see the cop disappear from the streets, only to reappear in your computer and smartphone. For the populace as a whole (and the police) this new reality presents new challenges. Britain’s police are now offered … Continue reading

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Confirmation UK spycops in France – implications for Pitchford Inquiry into undercover policing?

British police officers linked to Counter Terrorism Command (also known as SO15 ) and the National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU) have been spotted hanging around the ‘Calais Jungle’ refugee camp area.   Photojournalist Jason Parkinson recognised the two police officers. He had … Continue reading

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Lists of UCOs and their supervisors

To see the article – “New revelations show just how nervous the police are about the undercover policing inquiry” – that accompanies this list, click here. To see a covering letter to the Pitcford Inquiry by D.S. Neil Hutchison re … Continue reading

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Iceland: Pirate Party MP/activist agrees to testify as UK spycop scandal remains unresolved

A leading Icelandic MP, whose party is heading the polls to win the next general election, has stated she is willing to testify regarding the undercover activities of UK spycop Mark Kennedy in Iceland. Significantly, the MP is a member … Continue reading

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