News: Judge orders Metropolitan Police to provide information to BBC in Cliff Richard privacy case

4 04 2017

At a hearing on 3 April 2017, Mr Justice Mann made an order that the Metropolitan Police Service (“MPS”) provide information about Operation Yewtree to the BBC, the first defendant in to a privacy claim brought by Sir Cliff Richard. Read the rest of this entry »





The Context of Caryatid: Part 2, The Royal Telephone Directories – The Regular Contributor

8 08 2014

Metropolitan PoliceOn 8 August 2006, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) raided and arrested Clive Goodman and Glenn Mulcaire.  Amongst documents seized from Goodman were 15 Royal contact directories. Read the rest of this entry »





The Context of Caryatid, Part 1: Miskiw, Mahmood and the Met – The Regular Contributor

7 08 2014

Greg MiskiwIn January 2004, a journalist from the News of the World (NOTW) was interviewed by MET police on suspected criminality resulting from Operation Motorman. It was GREG MISKIW. Read the rest of this entry »





The Met – Upsetting The Apple Cart

8 02 2014

Metropolitan PoliceIn October 1999, John Stevens, then Deputy Commissioner of the  Metropolitan Police (MET), gave a high profile address at the 9th International Anti-Corruption Conference in Durban.  His speech was entitled ‘Integrity is not negotiable‘ (here). Read the rest of this entry »





Hackgate: Met And Murdoch – Covert Deals And Registered Concerns

23 08 2013
murdoch-yardAt the Home Affairs Select Committee on 19 July 2011 the following question was asked of Sir Paul Stephenson, Commissioner of the Police for the Metropolis: – Read the rest of this entry »