Monthly Archives: February 2016

Public Meetings this week re #spycops – Trade Unions and Hackney

As the news filters through about the police’s most recent attempt to have the Public Inquiry into Undercover Policing shrouded in secrecy, two public meetings will take place in London this week: Thursday 25 February: Police Spying on Trade Unionists: an oungoing attack on democracy (6.30pm in Holborn – further information here) Helen Steel will […]

Any Means Necessary: Show Talks

Any Means Necessary is a play by Kefi Chadwick based on the experiences of women who were deceived into relationships by undercover police officers. It is currently running at Nottingham Playhouse until February 20. Helen Steel will be speaking about her personal experiences and the women’s fight for justice at a pre-show talk on Thursday […]

Letter to inquiry: release the cover names

Women affected by undercover relationships are among those calling on the Inquiry into undercover policing to release the cover names of officers. A letter sent yesterday to the Pitchford Inquiry was signed by 133 core participants, including many women from various legal actions against the police over undercover relationships. The letter expresses grave concerns that […]