The shadow Home Secretary, Yvette Cooper MP, has joined tributes to PC Andrew Duncan who died this morning following a hit-and-run collision.
"I want to send my deepest condolences to the family of PC Duncan and to his Metropolitan Police colleagues who I know will be feeling this deeply" she said.
"Commissioner Hogan-Howe has rightly drawn attention to PC Duncan's courage.
"He was doing a job each and every one of us relies upon to keep us safe, tragically losing his life in the service of others.
"Police officers up and down the country face risks every day. We owe them a debt of immense gratitude."
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper said:
"This independent review shows the serious failings that occurred with the IPCC investigation into Sean Rigg's death.
The IPCC is currently dealing with the largest and most complex investigations in its history, but with insufficient resources. The Home Secretary's solution to transfer police officers from the standards departments of police forces just risks building up further problems for the future.
Instead, we continue to believe that the IPCC should be replaced with a new Police Standards Authority with stronger powers and processes."
Labour MPs lined up to berate the Home Secretary, Teresea May, as she answered questions on the last-minute decision to deploy an extra 3,500 troops to guard the London Olympics.
Keith Vaz MP, Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper, and David Winnick MP were among the Labour MPs to fire criticisms at Theresa May.