Monthly Archives: June 2014

NCND judgement to be handed down Wednesday 2nd July

Mr Justice Bean will hand down his judgment on the MPS’s use of “Neither Confirm Nor Deny” on Wednesday morning 2nd July, following the women’s application to the High Court earlier this month. The women were applying to force the Met to enter a proper defence. So far, the Met has attempted to dodge doing […]

PRESS RELEASE: Met police admit for first time in legal case that undercover officers in intimate sexual relationships are not appropriate

At a High Court Hearing today, 6 June 2014, the Met police were finally forced to admit that if the claims brought by eight women, who alleged they were in long term intimate relationships, are true then such relationships would not have been justified as an undercover police tactic. Mr Justice Bean was hearing an […]

PRESS RELEASE: Court to hear issues against Met police over SDS deployments, as women issue legal challenge to NCND

* Women’s legal action over undercover relationships * Court hearing 5-6 June 2014, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London On Thursday 5 June and Friday 6 June 2014, the main issues in a case against the Metropolitan Police over undercover relationships will be laid out for the first time in open court. The High Court […]

PRESS RELEASE: Police accused of “obstructive and distressing approach” over legal action

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. In a statement, the women said: “The purpose of our application is to request that […]