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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 15:15

The Prime Minister’s instruction to the Metropolitan Police to review Madeleine McCann’s death is in breach of the draft protocol that is supposed to protect the operational independence of the police
Author: Toby Filed under: Conservative Party, Criminal justice, Culture media and sport, Europe, House of Lords, Liberal Democrats, London, Parliament, Policing, Security and counter-terrorism
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May 13,2011
David Cameron has instructed the Metropolitan Police to review the case of Madeleine McCann. This is in response to an open letter in The Sun and is entirely predictable in terms of the “pulling power” of News International on Government policy.

However, his intervention drives a coach and horses through the draft protocol issued by the Home Office designed to preserve the operational independence of the Police which says:

“The operational independence of the police service, and the decisions made by its operational leadership remain reserved to the Office of Chief Constable and that Office alone.”

Whilst no-one doubts the desirability of doing what can sensibly be done to find out what has happened to Madeleine McCann, I can imagine that the senior leadership of the Metropolitan Police are not exactly happy about this. It again embroils their officers in a high profile investigation, where the chances of success are unclear, and which will divert limited investigative resources away from other matters.

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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 15:17

That does not surprise me at all. Thanks for the info.
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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 15:20

"The Prime Minister’s instruction to the Metropolitan Police to review Madeleine McCann’s death"

How does Lord Toby know Maddie is dead?
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Post by tiny on 13.05.11 15:21

death???? so he knows she is dead then,wonder what the mccanns will feel about that
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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 15:23

I missed that bit.


I'm glad you got a copy of that, no doubt it will disappear soon.
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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 15:29

@admin wrote:"The Prime Minister’s instruction to the Metropolitan Police to review Madeleine McCann’s death"

How does Lord Toby know Maddie is dead?


wow
Oh dear, bit of a cock up ooops
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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 16:04

Stella wrote: I missed that bit.


I'm glad you got a copy of that, no doubt it will disappear soon.



Still there, still says "death"
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