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Cressida Dick: Matter of huge regret to not bring to justice all of Stephen Lawrence's killers
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Stephen Lawrence murder investigation shelved
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Met Police chief confirms Lawrence murder investigation ends
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Met chief apologises to sprinter after stop and search
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7/7 bombing anniversary: officials lays wreaths at memorial
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London mayor and Met chief remember victims on 15th anniversary of July 7 blasts
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Criminal communications system hack is a ‘game changer’
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Met Commissioner: Attacks on police ‘utterly unacceptable’
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Cressida Dick: ‘We will be prepared this weekend’
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Coronavirus: London police to enforce face masks 'as last resort'Dame Cressida Dick hopes shoppers who refuse to wear masks will be "shamed" into compliance.
Metropolitan Police chief denies force is 'institutionally racist' and pledges to listen to Black Lives Matter protesters'In the last few weeks people have had their consciousness raised ... and I am listening to that,' says Dame Cressida Dick
Bianca Williams: Met apologises to sprinter over stop-and-searchDame Cressida Dick also said the Met voluntarily referred itself to the watchdog over any wrongdoing.
Metropolitan Police apologises to sprinter Williams over stop-and-searchDame Cressida Dick also said the Met voluntarily referred itself to the watchdog over any wrongdoing.
Senior police officer apologises to athlete Bianca Williams for 'distress' after stop and search'My senior officer has said "I'm sorry" to Ms Williams [to] the distress it has caused her. And I say that too,' Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick tells MPs
Coronavirus: Calls for calm ahead of pubs reopening in England on 'Super Saturday'London police chief Dame Cressida Dick calls for people to "be sensible" as lockdown is eased.
Up to 140 police officers injured during illegal street parties and protests, Met Commissioner says'We will be prepared this weekend,' Dame Cressida Dick says after spate of illegal gatherings
London police chief says 14 officers injured during anti-racism protestsFourteen police officers were injured in "shocking and completely unacceptable" assaults during anti-racism protests in central London on Saturday, London police chief Cressida Dick said on Sunday.
Met police chief says assaults on officers 'shocking' as thousands more to protest against racism'We have made a number of arrests and justice will follow,' Dame Cressida Dick says
Coronavirus: Police criticised for taking part in crowded #ClapforCarers celebration in central LondonMetropolitan Police chief Cressida Dick also filmed in attendance
London stabbings have 'dropped considerably' during lockdown, Met Police commissioner saysDame Cressida Dick calls for 'common sense' approach amid controversy over some police tactics
Met Commissioner Cressida Dick cleared over paedophile ring inquiryThe police watchdog says there is no evidence that Dame Cressida Dick misled the public.
Labour antisemitism: Five face charges after police investigationDame Cressida Dick says six people were originally arrested as part of inquiry
Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick referred to police watchdog over investigation into fake Westminster paedophile ringComplaint made by Harvey Proctor, who won £500,000 compensation from Scotland Yard
More police officers to be armed with Tasers in LondonDame Cressida Dick refuses to offer all officers Tasers after 20 per cent 'said they did not want weapons'
Boris Johnson's neighbours were right to record disturbance and call police, Britain's most senior police officer says'If somebody has made a recording that can be very helpful,' Cressida Dick says