Tag Archives: court hearing

Police continue to stall in Undercover relationships case

On Tuesday 7th June, a legal case over undercover police relationships was in the High Court. It was the latest battle in a four year campaign to hold the police to account, and in it the police continued to try to stall these civil proceedings and avoid disclosing evidence. The claimants, two women and a […]

Solidarity picket demanding police disclose evidence

After the success of our main case, where the women won an apology from the Met Police, and the Police withdrew their defence, we are now supporting other people who have been affected by the relationships with undercover police, through legal action against the Police, and through the Public Inquiry into Undercover Policing. These include […]

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 […]

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 […]