Today’s #dailyoutrage features the revelations in The Guardian newspaper that a former undercover officer Peter Francis says superiors wanted him to find ‘dirt’ shortly after 1993 murder. In a truly disgusting turn of events, the Prime Minister David C …

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Today’s #dailyoutrage features the revelations in The Guardian newspaper that a former undercover officer Peter Francis says superiors wanted him to find ‘dirt’ shortly after 1993 murder. In a truly disgusting turn of events, the Prime Minister David Cameron has subsequently launched an inquiry by Mark Ellison QC who is already looking into allegations of police corruption in the initial investigation of the murder.

 

Arguably the world’s towering figure Nelson Mandela has become critically ill in hospital, the South African presidency has announced while Coffee giant Starbucks has paid £5m in UK corporation tax – its first such tax payment since 2009 – aren’t we so lucky. Hundreds of thousands march in Italy against austerity as youth unemployment hits 40 percent – today’s #dailyoutrage.


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