Daniel Morgan murder: inquiry brands Met police ‘institutionally corrupt’

Met chief censured for hampering corruption inquiry into investigation of 1987 death of private detective

The Metropolitan police have been described as “institutionally corrupt” and its commissioner, Cressida Dick, personally censured for obstruction by an independent inquiry set up to review the murder of the private detective Daniel Morgan.

The findings of an independent panel inquiring into Morgan’s killing in 1987 triggered calls from his brother, Alastair, for Dick to consider her position, and denounced the actions of Britain’s biggest police force.

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