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Counter-terror money being used to redact undercover inquiry evidence

Police chiefs given special approval from the Home Office for the task.

The Pitchford Inquiry is sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice. Photo: Press Association

The Pitchford Inquiry is sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice. Photo: Press Association

Date - 9th January 2017
By - Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle
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Chief constables are using money earmarked to fight terrorism to redact documents requested by a historic inquiry into undercover policing. Nearly £750,000 from this year’s counter-terrorism budget has been approved by the Home Office...
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