Monthly Archives: May 2014

PRESS RELEASE: Women’s legal challenge to Met’s “Neither Confirm Nor Deny” stance in undercover relationships case

ADVANCE NOTICE: Court Hearing 5-6 June 2014 On Thursday 5 June and Friday 6 June 2014 the High Court will hear an application to require the Metropolitan police to drop their “neither confirm nor deny” (NCND) stance in a case being brought against them over undercover relationships. Eight women are suing the force for assault, deceit, negligence […]

Action Alert: Court Hearing 5-6th June 2014

  Police to be challenged over Neither Confirm Nor Deny Women suing over undercover relationships condemn “obstructive and distressing approach” taken by police lawyers Court hearing 5-6 June 2014 – please show your support online Thank you in advance for supporting the women during this hearing: Please share the graphic (above) and the tweet (see […]

Explanation of challenge to ‘Neither Confirm Nor Deny’ – court hearing 5-6 June 2014

On  5-6 June, this case will be in court again. The women have applied to the court to challenge the Met’s delaying tactics in this case, in particular their use of “Neither Confirm Nor Deny” (‘NCND’). The hearing concerns the common law claims of five of the women. Background – NCND and strike out threats The women initiated […]

Latest developments with the case

It’s been a while since we informed our supporters about the current situation with the case.  The last hearing relating to the Common Law claims was held on March 18th in the High Court, which followed the police’s decision to drop their ‘Strike-out’ application following the announcement of a public inquiry into undercover policing by the […]