A man whose name has finally been cleared, nearly 50 years after being wrongly convicted on the evidence of a corrupt police officer, has called on other potential victims of miscarriages of justice to come forward.
Court of Appeal
Three black men who were convicted nearly 50 years ago on the evidence of a corrupt police officer have finally had their names cleared by senior judges.
Westminster is expected to pass legislation to allow compensation to be paid to institutional abuse survivors before dissolution.
The Court of Appeal in Belfast has dismissed an application that the UK Government’s Brexit policy will damage the Northern Ireland peace process.
Entertainer Michael Barrymore has agreed to halt a compensation claim after being arrested during an investigation into the death of a man at his home, police have said.
More than 40 people have had criminal convictions quashed following an investigation into alleged data tampering at a forensics lab, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) has said.