A senior Met Police officer has been moved from his role following the publication of a report into Stephen Lawrence's murder investigation.
Almost 21 years after Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death, the Home Secretary has ordered a public inquiry into undercover policing .
A major review found there was a high level of suspicion that former Detective Sergeant John Davidson was corrupt.
David Cameron has said a public inquiry into the work of undercover policing will "make sure we get to the truth".
The inquiry was commissioned after a report into the police inquiry into the murder of Stephen Lawrence uncovered evidence of corruption.
The Prime Minister added: "It should have not taken this long and the Lawrence family have suffered far too much."
Several of today's papers lead with strong headlines after the report into the police inquiry into the murder of Stephen Lawrence uncovered evidence of corruption.
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Our Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips was with Neville Lawrence as he watched the Home Secretary deliver the report. He spoke about the fight for justice, and how it was far from over.
Stephen Lawrence's mother Baroness Lawrence fought back tears in the House of Lords as she said she and her family had endured "21 years of struggle" and there was "still more to come" following a review into the original investigation into her son's murder.
Doreen Lawrence tells ITV News should be resignations of anyone still involved with spying at Met Police & Met still can't be trusted today.
The mother of Stephen Lawrence told ITV News it was a "disgrace" that the Metropolitan Police were "spying" on her family when they were mourning the loss of their son.
Doreen Lawrence added that all the family wanted "was to catch Stephen's killers" but it was clear the Met "had a different agenda."
Ms Lawrence's comments come after a report into the police inquiry into the murder of Stephen uncovered evidence of corruption.
Speaking to our Senior Correspondent, Ronke Phillips, the father of Stephen Lawrwence, said the new public inquiry was both good news, and sad news, because everything should have been dealt with a long time ago.
Details have emerged on allegations of police corruption as outlined in the Stephen Lawrence review. The report, published by the Home Office, paints an "intelligence picture" which suggest "corrupt activity" among a "number of officers".