Press reports suggest Home Secretary has decided to establish an Orgreave inquiry

 

On Tuesday of this week the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign (OTJC) met with Home Secretary Amber Rudd to discuss an official inquiry into alleged serious police misconduct at and after the ‘Battle of Orgreave’.  Reaction to the meeting was very positive, with Ms Rudd promising the OTJC that a decision would be made as to whether an inquiry would be held by the end of October 2016.

 

 Henrietta Hill QC, co-author of the submission calling for an inquiry, spoke to Carolyn Quinn on BBC Radio 4 (19 minutes in) shortly after the meeting.  Press coverage in The BBC; The Star; Belfast Telegraph; Yorkshire Post; Liverpool Echo; Labour List; and Express.

 

Multiple press reports this morning suggest that the Home Secretary has indeed decided to establish an inquiry and is now considering what format the inquiry would look like. Press reports: The Times; The Times; The Times; The Times; The Times; ITV News; Daily Mail; and The Guardian.

 

Read the Media release from the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign.

 

 

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