This Christmas the long-suffering campaigner Alastair Morgan should be seeing the proposed report into the alleged corrupt links between the Met Police, journalists on the News of the World and the undercover world of private investigators following the brutal murder of his brother, Daniel, some 27 years ago.
Theresa May, the home secretary, when she set up the inquiry in May 2013 promised it would aim to report by this Christmas.
But instead – partly thanks to enormous foot-dragging by the Met Police – the inquiry has barely begun.
As I reported last week on the Exaro website – it is only in the last few weeks – that the Met Police – has finally handed 50 crates of documents connected to this case. And we still do not know whether this is everything or whether the documents are in good order.
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