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Met agrees instruction to believe accounts by 'victims' should stop

But force rejects term should be 'complainants rather than victims' throughout the investigative and judicial process.

Falsely accused: Harvey Proctor, Lord Brittan and Field Marshal Lord Bramall

Falsely accused: Harvey Proctor, Lord Brittan and Field Marshal Lord Bramall

Date - 4th October 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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Detectives have been told to rip up their unwritten rule book in assessing the evidence of so-called victims, a former High Court judge has argued. And the Met Police today agreed to take on board the view of Sir Richard Henriques that the...
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