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Is police corruption a problem in the UK? This debate has come to the fore again this week on the back of new evidence of police corruption and deception following the murder of Stephen Lawrence. The government has taken action by setting out plans for a new criminal offence of police corruption.

Claims of UK police bribery are usually shocking enough on their own to elicit a strong reaction. Recent allegations, however, that bribes were paid to members of London’s Metropolitan Police Service Anti-Corruption Unit shock deeper still.

This afternoon the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, has confirmed that documents supplied to the police contain evidence that journalists working for the News of the World made ‘inappropriate payments’ to police officers in exchange for information.

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